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Harbinger 

Vol. 24 
June 26, 1989 

Through 
May 10, 1990 



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Williaia Raincy Harper College 



Board addresses student protest 



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*iil!jjti«t or ar 
I (ittm liiir^ 

any ^h.iiv 

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I K> see the fc . ijff 

mg lO Stutth A- ! Ijin 

Bone. an ohoard mcmbet Uane iputuc m d»mii> i)u; 
the May 2** Bii«fil mceimK »ira>»wt t»N* »i;Mn>.i ih.- 
Hoard Iff rruitci* tkt 
("hreUDphef Kran/. plani; 



i>b)cciion 1 
markci in *-• ' 

x(icnd ha own money She aifimmii 
hjd uken trips »ilh hrr hmNuid tn <•'. 
coiMlnc«. but ;il i' 
di«ag vnrMum 
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However But»cil 

^uppifl I'l th,. . >, li.ir ■ 

rcfnitALitm ol H.uivt wj> i; .^t, 
Mdiege IS <iiio«in| iheu a()|ifi>«al ui « 

'laciH Kfime .' This Mancc. acctirdtni; lo > 

BmtmU. woHld MaM tht gmmib aS ttte uiiie mtl 'Ui^- «.>u!vl Ih >li.»<.n when 

coOefe-^cith itudefRs and fisn Krm/ retutml 

the UI 




Politic*) •clivitl John Gardner rani** •tudsnl* •B«intl th* Board'* 
• pprool ol a paid laav* to South Africa lor Placamant Sp«ciaH*l 

ttophar K' Photo by John Si«soo 

. .,k! -rfii Board mcmher* commended ihme 

uti/ens wkI Mudcnui *ho voiced their 

Liim *i"^ tT'T hecomc a learning 

iiiu:i.ti c\i.tianfie, and lo *upptr'.-> li i-nperiente for u« all." stated Barbara 
'.Iheattwmof cc 



Udttcn 



Faculty member of '89 named 



H> \|jrir tUlkr 



the 

utiilirc) 

In 1()C 

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tcKtmm/. 

"I was hiifii'f 

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h* DiitinguKhaal Faculty Antard »innrr i» Pal Muic'o.ic 
<:n*irp*rton ol Adult Educational O*«*lopn>*ni. 

Pr\i!o Of Bftindo'i ^^ • 




Observatory update 

Qmm»matJH§a»mptti<imnmorfi»mimM»ifotMjW. 
Tha (bM awfci *e 20* auRi«envy of die Apolo 1 1 Imeiw on iw 
BMMW. Haiper't BcMrd of TrasMu ftaaliaed plam M the May 33 



IM Siiiien. imienar of awoaoniy nid. *Tlte pnqect is dive 

aadweH*. 

Speech instructor to study io Shanshaf 

Oatice DaM«* Ctuger. a pm-tuat qiaedi imtnOM. has htm 
selected IO slu«y Cbineie IbHiM *is SMBMCr M the Slungtei Oant 
tmuiuie Sb« it ow of l««l«e peapk sdected m the United Stun 
and ihc «Miy (HC ban dK CMcifo Mca. 

tlie uk-tMck proftM lepiCMBia III* Om tnxMiMiQf AoMtiisMi 
tare lutf B Mty *Mm 'M dwi Iwcl.' said IMMauOeitH- 



Harper receives Laser-Jet Printers 

Hwper Ins received iwo Howint-Fackard Laser -Je« PnMcn ban 
the Zunch-AnotaHi ImmHX FaMMltfiaL 

The lift. |i«m IB Ac AdMiWMmive Seivitw 
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a tj.„.: 

fCcomnK"n»l 

the Boai.1 . ■ 

then r ..il iIa iMun. Cbunn 

A .mot the Aduk 'I ■> 

Edt«;aUuiku 1 v^c'lopmcniDqjan- my di^wiunv'ii t.' vitn'ici^ ni> :i*.ir.l. >t.iuil iLirliio 



Engineering students challenged 

fiolemx Michael W. Curoll chalkofod bis InuodacSiM U 
Engiaceniv chM ID liHi hn ■ a nee. The MdeM thM iiKoeeded 
»w d d w (M i wfi iMi oi Mic Albrihectaafc 

SutaB had 10 dnigii aad coMinict a vehicle of aoft wood and 
(hwcapaHeorcatiyi^aliHeriaMl down a U foo* inck without 



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Pull-out 



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Features 



Meet this xtiir's 

(trifnkition li-.idiis 



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Entertainment 



Johnny B 

milt'ashtd anil li\f 



Upcoming 



Harper's 

iiUcrlainnu-nt 




2 Feilures 



The Harbinger 



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Students benefit from campus jobs 



|l« Phalli* Benwn 
stjfr Writer 

MiKl ol Ihc ::.i«'<i Nludcms 
who attend ILupcr College work 
either full or partiimc And for 
nearly 3l«l ol them, then em- 
ployer IS Harper itself. 

Siixlcnt aides who work on 
cjmpus have a thoin- ol posi- 
uoos ranging Irom clfrical work 
to btnraiory techniciank 

Director of Financial Aid 
Frank Soltno. whose office 
over«es the student aide pro- 
gram, compiles a financial aid 
questionnaire for the Slate of 
Illinois annually that mclude^ 
slausttcs on ihc program. 

Solano said that the types of 
poMions available lo jaudenu are 
cMegoh/ed into three i.Us.scii 

Class 1 positions, such as 
general clerical work, rcqum- no 
skill or prior espericnce and 
starur.g pjy i* V».(X) per h«)ur. 

Class II poviiuin-. such a- 

blxwaiory and muro^ompiii. r 

.11.1.- X require st)me sKill and 

,ise«pericn»c I'j) Uamt* 

per hour 

Class 111 poMlKXis. such .1 

lifeguards. n.-i|uirc more skill j: 



eipenence Slaning pay i S^ "ii 
per hour. 

"Each dcpsBtroeiH «lkiw« for 
an auu>malic raise of S IS per 
hour per semester ." StJano said 
"A sludem who starts in a Class I 
positKHi at W 00 per hour, can. 
in four semesters, work up to 
$5 00 pet hiwr Clan » can work 
up » $S W) and a»M III up w 
S6.00.' added Solino 

Each ikpanmeiu allocates 

funite for fludcM Mdes from iheit 

bialfBI and hw* *«H'»^ »** 
-mexpensesforWR IWJ 

through April were $W4.(MK) and 
expected expenses through the 
end of June will total S?5n.on«).' 
Solami said Any dcpatimcmal 
changci m class are submitted to 
the Financial Aid Ollitc lor 
approval 

Stuil ■ ' fmil <""« 

than w»gc^ »i".i working a< 
Hivpci -- convenience aai fVexihk- 
schedule^ 

dcni »!• ■ : 

fo«r-year miiUiution to siud> 

actnanat science, works in the 

manning Center an^^ 

lllOllRC. 



. -nicnt." Ma/ut 
saul t-^>..,^^.^ ,,Kilh !ncnjl> 
I like hcing ahle (■> *''fk *iih 
people 

~1 have another job. loo. but 
since I m on campus il'i a lot 
cMierio stay in one place' 

Diane F.avcs is also a lull 
time student and works with 
Ma/ui in the Placement Office 
The convenience of wotkmg on 
campus IS what prompted her to 
^y for a studem aidr posiuon 

"I couldn't work many hours 
with a majiw in engineering," 
Eaves said. Tin here all the time 
anyway." 

Employers who work »iili 
sludem aides find iheir rM, 
invaluable 

"lis wondcrtu! h.r 
here," said tan"- *-' 
Macemenl Offis 
wmild be hard [u 
job wilhiHii ihcin 




ilenni* ^••bU*. library •tslslani I. and 
Inpp>»d>. stufUnl aid*, aland out»id» ol ItM LRC 




the I Kt 



; KC 1^ K-nclm.il li> bolh the 
^ulUtii- an,t llic 1 RC 

■\ .jrrpu^ t>'t' ^upplrl,■^ itv: 
^liulcnl *ilh .m ilimmc and cjn 
otter a schedule ih ■• ■ ' ■'" 
ployi»&caiHK]ipi I 



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Sludant aldnt aaalal Marp.r »t»H 



Photo by Braridon Rich 



have time to do 
:k Th.« s nor the 



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vatd. 
1 Us 
> and 

n -IT 

111 I Bonnie 
iking at the 



that day. whether i he shelving; 
Kmks. puilinR carls or waiuns 

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. ... I RC Is also one nl 
many departments that hires 
handicapped students Michael 
Trippiedi, who is deal. i> a lull 
lime sludem and a member ot iho 
Student Senate He is laiing 
courses in order to iiaiT-lcr and 



Pnoto by Brandon Rich 

major in hisuwy. 

Tripptedi began wiirfcing ai 
itie LRC lhi> r ■ ■• • ^ *"■'■ 
I like about 

said, "is thai 

hurry I can take my time 

Tivblcs. who uses sij;'! . 
10 communicale »iii' 
■Ji. enjoys having hiiM 
*..ik .11 ilu- 1.RC He > ■■ 
vk.iii on Ihc customer* 
desk, she said. bu( then .i.. 
many, mans other thint;-. he can 
,1o. like shelvinc and pulling 
..inls 

Siiident aiJ.> nuy work a 
!,:jsimum of M) tiiwjs per vicel 
.in campus during the scmesici 
They must be enrolled for at least 
MS semester htxirs dunng the fall 
and spring and three semester 
houm dunng the summer. 

II a slmlent completes six 
^•mcslcr hours during the spnng 
jnd IS registered lor the fall, he or 
she may work all summer wtlh- 
isut atiendmg summer school 

Advertisements for student 
aide posiuons are usually posted 
outside the depiirtmcnts hiring ot 
students may he relcrrcd by a 
counselor or the I tnancial Aid 
department 



Visit the kingdom of the pharoahs; — 
earn humanity credit 



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tiai biiiSP"' 
ComiiiQ Alii actions 



133 



Fxplon die magr 

and an-hiieclOR of Eg > , 

ihe major periods oi uv nis 
V Relive the FMI lluough 

leciwes HI nuqor nmeums and 



Tnnri widi iiaatiried coiiege 
facohy in the coin|iMiy al a con 
f/gmai ironp wlioae ;«poK is an 
(i fff-M.Mi.i encoumer widi an and 
history Enjoy Ihe mix of cul 
lures, religions and historical 
periods in an m depth, leisurely 
naaner wnh free tunc u> thc^, 
ttvw the local cuisine and 
diHcovcranyiMrown. 

Tlie trip, on December 2X to 
lanaary 8. costs approximately 
SSMT aid includes round mp air 
twc. kolcl accommodations, 
treafcfasu and duuier*. a t-d«y 
enise on the Nile, gwded sight 
tcctng tours, entrance feet lo 
aMseums, monumenu and sMU, 
Maet. «amce ckartet, ohm p»- 
lailii 1. r«r rtrf Ti~r-' '"• — l<y 
PRrfessor Rntiy Henog, and 



An informational meeting 
with the ttavel agem ii scheduled 
In Fnday. July 28 from 7 10 pm 
ai Bkig A Board Itoaai. 



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A fW»«l Hi ««•• l»*WMl 
HI huMM.M Mil vaUofal 



Be our Quest 

I v*.i»* ufilnlon piftf*. *hoi I *lt»rle*,you 

•i.iini' U. \vt' \uut ItU'rf* In pi Inl. lolh 

vtiiilfiiU dfiil ••mpln*!'** uievsfltome lo 

lulimll «u|>^' 

Advice coiuiiin 

^av^■ sou ,il>sa>* ^sanU'U lo uet an 
Imiiai lial uplnlun on u i» ubli>in> 

Kumot has il 

>sllltiinlaln tla*»roo«i qulp% and 

uvei lii'di «1 i|ut>lallon% %ut h a%: 

Uomen ate more than Ju%l te« ubJetU; 

IHe^'t e people, too, 

tvet>one u*cd to oun %lial».e*peai e; lt»at U, 

before the luo-car Qaraae. irf . tna- <**• 



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1 ♦*■* ™' ""'" '" ^'B" Nn8HB.„„,.» *i.. 



Amber Bennett 




Jeanette D'Agostlno 



*«»: 18 

Major: Bu.^me^^ 
<» Minogcmcm 
Drum Oair 
Bob Bsue or a n 
fwi uri. ibuk ami 
handsome, old 
fashttmrd guy 



hunger siiuacon ,"u«: US ' "^«' *' 

Rrn«.b,r me; », everybody , fr,f„d 

Fulart Goals: lo have ■ r«n«». ;. >. 
'«el*„h.„«.^tSi^e:<,'S^- •'•'" ' 

Rhonda Ksiazk 




Katie Ginger 




a,?^ -•'"•"**" ""I «-««« >ou can have 

M. Solecad Levulis 




Age: :i 

^«aj"r: Math and 
'•Iiliomlogy 
Dream Dale: 

CTuflif Shccji 



So^'f.rhi'/ '"'" "^ "^^^ "' ' ••-'-- -n an FM 



fa«l«s>: ioK.;,l.„H-..n , v 1 .... 
I thciKcjn. ijvin^ m i.'k 
If I could ihantr ehi- >. 

'"miTW,Ti.,.,.r jr I i;,^. ,, , ,',' ' "'" "■"" 

'inrmbtT nir: i. r ,,.> ^^ (. . 
-kingMdi-wnai^ii.Mi,;,-. '''''' ' •""' ""< 

■«* Model- ^J^l'^'*' "^ •>•" "•^' '" I 
'*''t^«id "" '" *"" ""*• • ^■"< "•-> ■>.. .>.. ; 

^-^co,■cgcaH«,«k»aadh:?:::l::i::;;; J" •="«""'• 




Debbie Majchci 



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'• I vould .han^e ih, »,„|,| 
Krmemher mr: .i j^ rv,.,, .it 
^l> l>r\l .111. : 
Kolr Mini, I 

«H»« I am 100 year* old. i „, , 

" iih mv grandchildren and great i:rin t. „ , „ ' ' 

'-- kv inland enjoy naJr '^'■"''^'""*'" ^" '" "n 

► ulure CJoals: finish my career and >m . pii,. 




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Cori Fuller 




Ross Pekav 



Age: !•( 
Major: Ih^uu, 

Dr, , 

l.lfM 

^mso ii( hurriLf. is 

'«Hs,-|| . . ill, Tcvl .Uld 
1^ »iii r. urKii.i 



Id thangr ihr «„rld I v.,',,.!! 

•'- t.:r . , " V . I ju 

K.rn.mherm. ii'^-o »«<rld 

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">t-f Ixk twarik lor 'ixvplc " ' '''"" '' ''' '"'"' 

"h" I am urn „ar* old. I «.|, ,,,s,- .„ K 

■"»«F«™ wncfc J can help people and wi 1 1-- ,1. ,u n 



Age: l<» 
Major; 

< "nimunuoiKins 
Dream Dale; 

fcnirlKi Ksteve/ 



i-jalaty: imn a hnul lor Ih.- u. i, . . 
Australia. "'^ K'-h Jnd I .mt.His ,n 

" I tOBld th,B., Ih, «,,rM I 

Remember me; is jr. (>„(..,., 
My bc«i adsi, ,■ ,» 
P"iple 
Rule miidtl 

«hen I jm |„,, ,..^,^ „,j , ^.„ 

nui,,.,,;u...,,.ntx-a.h.-,sumH.n>i..|,: 
"I are (.iwlv; run a h,,ul wiih . 




Debbie Vick 



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'f I ."uld .h.,nK, ,h, s„„,d. I „„„',,, 



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" I cow ct>'>:;/z\tirr'''i'r'" 
{;^^-r>,.,...^,.„:^,:::^::i;j,."««'a:have 

R.mrmb.rm,:asa(a.r™dh,.„.v,; 

M.. b.s. ad>,ie is: >:,, ,„,„,, ^, .' 

"ukr II ||,n .ind 

Role M.Hlel: M> au.fi, ,. .,u, 

-•"■l"-.!sf>fr%'h>«h fa„h 

"' ' ' "•" l'»fl .'..irs old. I „,„ 

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-- — . .»v 111^1 V afi,i I 
"ftMf*: m your .Ncighbofhw«l ,^ btoatki » .«« hw a. r 

m your ncpglibofho,»t • We re ihc Bf.«^^ J«» «» Ok Peawna seciitwi o( the || .„,., r • jt, 
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Editorial bits and pieces 

1 oifPrV: to the editor I Wh,.,..haMH..H.r,j,r <««... ».k^^^^^^^^^ 



e.v^ U. an . n,U.h .02 r^^.P^^^^^^:^ ^ual,.s nosdv and h. -H."- «' 



Abortion responses 

Som«»e .M IK* ao thcu '»'«»«r^ 
ed««»l on *«««. Swrfy. •••^*, 
-uBdifrettBtiated niai* o« pi«lo|rtMi» 

t<«ccp.«.n *c haby » heart bcgiM »fi^ 
,PK Brain •»«» "" ^ memmei<» •• 

, , M f>wmed *«■• «"« P"^ '•"" 
l.ll .dcm.ly thai rrr^- •■ -■"' ]«»«•*; 
»Oy«nByu-n. ^^TJ 

OnJy umc ■ '''T". ''* 

gamm wA mxmntmm mi noeieA By 

"■^lli urllKHllCT 

,llll J'*' ll>. I"-' ""■■ <"*'*'■'■"'•'' •**»»»** 

ihe IN .^>»^ sinall 

ol UtCM. ticut « «tnif*y •«« «»««'"« "* 

1 face ihc W.H. Ital lo^b *^ '"■•"> *""•*" 

lo *c aburtwrnia. ,^ 

A^ l.i» a* rtK ""«'•' „ 

,,,, . imfKHLUil. I'l.M^i- >:(« 

f , ', ,a»(inunhas. Slw tan 

mtlK (itviplaK.- ^*«>;i..i 
ojn»iU> U--C Nnh ■'""' 
ihc ivjv »t tH"ii - ""■ 

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„,„,, ,.^m^l.ngmu■.U•.cl^*tu^hP"• 
, Uie te«t i» i i'^ '"aunt; "■•'' 
h? Nlttil twd B taking num 
" ' ,™jitai'» «vi*em an.W' '« 

THe feu* ««••■ «•« ""^"^ ^^ 
-««* hesMH i£ mmh -cck affr ><'" 

f,SSr«nu..h.pc.^* !«->'* •^'■"S" 
DM elcai) ihr Suptcmc Cun alU«» aN« 

:::x.n, .he .... """--,-;,«;; 

tannol oitf^ 
M«nca«cbc(n«U* 

Rcatling yi"!' 

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annoiaki) cJii«'n«> aijHf* - — — --_ ^ 
,»d« . ..h.n a roa^Miahlc fmc te« c«»^» •"^'^ 



At liWi; 1.11 'lirsw- (oil.-. 
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1 Javt>b 
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I Gcoln. 
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n«r «,iililjlio» i« V BoildiBB 

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ihrfati*. *<■ a*«"' 
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in|>«t)OUlat ■ 

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n obwrvalory. ncil.cal...n .> whcjlulcd 
. „.,i..nc nH««walk S.«d.n. vol.««'> J""* 
.„Acr l.mla N..«».ky. Mark Ro-iC, icnny 

?'c., vVu-m ami pursued Ukvt ^Iream 
■ khiinc' 

\>iHh mmsmokcTi and 



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TiK- Bttlttlin Board 

f. .-v^.r, »a.l'- fh. 



>c »4> U' ctivutr onimunKJti 
ilMwrf resiKW^hk U« tbi* >inr' 



and 



>.1 .'l.mtnair 



( (III- nt'Tf imti- 



• V A«araihc"ii.Jiuni' 



, availahlo m .he 

,,r Will ICvC't-'m/i' 



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law 

»ilhin h»' A 
ri'jiuatii>n i.ui ^ 
ally NrUmg «> i». »" 
thf tir-il place, must > 
King -uc* » wlf.'ih 
only »un *t>al i« N 

ioursclvct and "tan »' 
least o( u*. a tiny ba* 
was partly .be nxxh' ' 
should iiv<.-w.ih.iu.''''>'^c »»>»«";■'. 



Jaacilt * k»itclH>ff 

I hcl..-ve •hnrtOTB •tn'uW renmn !«»:■" 

, -4haB««.th..uMb..n«j;'*"'>' 

^ 1,. ,,ho«tw«»»»»t»«»d »<■■«» 

When «.<; ukt take .h« nc»l )oA*.f 

have die tsKis 

II yiw page ihn 
^imliCT o< cmbiyi'l 

»c.-l. .il!.' .i>«K.-«pt"*-'^ '' 
I niiaWilTOa- 

t.> the v'Wbr. 

K-iMiinint' 

llinit'-- 



stmtli Atrita 

I'll, linn- 'I'C "ir; 



I ind Alii 

^l^.^ .-> -^ ■ n t I 

llie ImstfCii have aliivau ' 
ni,.m> .0 finance a *.a« "wm' 

s.Wth Alrua r.. 

^ ■ ■ <|)o««»n»|l ■♦"' 

Uly the SkNilh AKwan .-..woenv k.' 'I~" 
the tdneanowd »y«w» thai h*» 



As Ihc July ckTicJ i- 
•n i<> «inju>ii' 




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Ihirbifiger 
Poll Results 



Vmiiam K.I11.CV lUjn '- -'l^i- 
1 2(»> WcNl Al|:i>n<l"'" •*'*" 
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In th,. Mav 4 153U<; the Harbuvger M)«d io reader? 
J^isToJ^onTufeetocs about abortK)n The result, 

vereM lollo\'5- 

12 behewd abortion should reinain legal 
7 behe\'ed abortion should be illegalized 
19 981 had no opinion 




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Where it's at,, 
William Rainey Harper College 



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The Harbinger 



Editor-in-chief reflects on first year 



R> Uri \4iathn 
l-ditar-ia-rklir 
Four vcai 




• the "ipceth u-am coach. 
,.\:u.T lomjvtmg lur Unit yca« 
in high utXH't. I fi):utctl thai 
joining ihc le<un would nuke 
me IMft a iiole ataie ai home ) 

Maiicatly and ovccnigM. 
lhing« did not gel belief, 
because ihal jutt wasn't the 
way II worked. I did. however, 
make many close (nciub. md 
my aiuiude siancd lo improve. 

During high school 
everyone consunily heart ihe 
phtasr "tcl in\ivivLj' .mJ bv 

he... 

IS. hi>*i'^ci iti i! .ii . --.I U'CU 

phnisc 

Bewoming involved in an 



SIUDEN 



activities 

Siudtni Acii«.ii*« O)r*cto' J**nn« 
Punkanin and Coordinalor MiCha*! M»|- 
man collabortl* on lutur* pfolactt 
ActKity *••• tupperl cullurat avanlt 
frat Itgat advic* and phytician scr 
Vict, intticoilagiatt and mlramurai 
•porta. Iha Marbingtt and Point ol 
Vfm. club* and erganitalions, ditcouni 
lisfcal* and ahon tarm loan* 

Pholo tjy Brandon H . • 




aciivity cjn help yea meet 
people with common intercsis 
aivd give you practical 
experience in a field. Atsc. 
pfoapeciivr employee li»)k at 
an ^ipltcant^ o[>cncm.e wiih 
<studntt aciiv uii'i 

Harper ha.s many clubs and 
organuauons that appeal to 
' • 'cnl sprcul intetrtts For a 

.^ of ibcsv. «cc Ihe back 

page dI ihtf tiMCial tectKn. If 
y«iii ciii't find K]iBtitiii« that 
iffcrti to y<M», come to ite 



iiMhiK^tr. we can atway* m* 
ihehe^. 

I also kjimed m my Tirst 
few mrmih^ ihiil Harper h a 
real college. The ckivies are 
(uti as informative and 
challenging a.s the cla«se» at a 
four- year sthoil Harper ocn 
has benrfio "vi-r iht- ^•^? 
univci 
small- 
insiru. 
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college on be ncrve-radung or 

icwy experience I remember 
feeling like there «a» so much 
I didnt know Phrases like 
'Wniing Center'. "LRC", or 
'DAWN" might as well have 
been Gieek This is the mam 
reason that Trudy and I decided 
\i\ put together iKtx special 



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services are available itian we 
could possibly fit in a four- 
page section, but this should 
highlight some of them. The 
services are listed in your 
Student Handbook, or you can 
get more information from the 
Center for New Students, the 
infotnutiun Bo«)th in Building 
A or ii\. any oUkt student. 

Welcome to Harper 
College. The Harbtngrr staff 
would like to wish you good 
Imk. and mvite y«i io stop by 
and SIX what we re aU about. 









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The Harbinger 



June 26. 1989 



Do you read me? 





Register now for 1989| 
fall semester 



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Returning Students 

9K)- 11:30 a.m. 
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DAWN 



The Drug. Al.uhol. 
Wellness Network is dcvigncd to 
increase prrvcnmin. cJiKauiw jnj 
awareness of how akuhol and 
other drugs affeci alliiudcs, 
decisions and relationship^ 
therehy promniing hcalihi : 
litcs^lc- 

DAWN prondo, i-dutiinm 
group %iipport. fi's>iunc\ 
rcfcrriiK, jn ' ■ " • r 

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Harper LRC 

I tic tUrper I ibrary pruviik.. 
many services lo the Muilenis. 
sialf, re.sidenu. and people 
employed in the community 
Thi.->c arc huti a few uf ihi- 
lerviccs the LRC has in nlfer 

• RcfiTcnte Service 

• Re>crvc Bouiu 

• Rcrenrnce Books 
'Pcnudicab 



Health S*rvic*'i Hurt* BacKy Saniclar t*k** tht blood 
priitur* of Sutan Ooyi* Htalth Scrvic* is autfail by 
ragittarad nurxt, doclort ar* •••llabia patllima 
Atpirint, bandaida. a bad and mora ara availabt* >rt 
Room aMi, ail ?M0 and JIM Photo by Brandon !■ 



6<X> - tM p.m. 

9:30- !I;10a.m. 
1.00 - 3:00 p.m. 

6:4) • 9:00 p.m. 

6.<X) • 8:30 p.m. 



Final Open Regislration 
Tkmn4»s, AagaH 17 |2 



Salarda;, Aagnsl 19 



9:00 p.m. 
9:00 am- 1 2 noon 



New Students 

RegtsirMion by invitalion only through Crntn for ^4rw Students 

Final New Student Registration 
Wednesday, \ugasl It 12 noon - 9:00 p.m. 



Refund Policy for F;ill. I9KQ 

KIOTs durin, ■ \,,|t. :i^S. 19K9 



Child care services 



A ch.lvl i.t;. 



* Vertical File 

* Media 

* Inieriihrary Loan Service 

* <^)n line Database Scwch 
Service 

* Cooipuienttd Indexes 




Local advice 



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hoan are l:)0 pen m 5:0(1 pm on 
Wedncsdii imi? u wd 2R. July 
1- and iither in 

lormatuui ::ic Student 

Acuviues OUkc «A}V>) at 597- 

3t)oo, e«. ::4;. 




, I, I'N *llll .1 l.iii.l 

'^ I 1' \»ui he ih.irj;cd SI pci hnur 

..tl lur tine child and $1 7s tor 

— » a lamilics with i»o children All 

i"d during the otJicr students, (acuity and stalf 

' pm) l»areniN »ill be charged $1 2'^ per hour 

.' in I lavs wivk per child. 

Registratioa is on a semexici 
' - and pre-registration is 
■iry Call WT-MKXl ex 
. '. Mf nkirc mtocmalxm. 



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Do you need the use of a 
typewriter or a computer, but 
are not computer literate? 

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The Anting CVmci in FmH 
providei FREF tnstructitsn and 
use of coinputrr<i Many 
programs are avatlablc. as is the 

expertise i>f Enjilish ta^-ulty 
Fall l«>,Si»Ilaurs 
Mon. and Wed 2 1^ 6 js 
lues, and Thurs 1 ^O <> 1 *> 

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CampusMap 




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June26. I9S9 



The Harbioger 



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PART 



TIME OPPORTUNITIES 



HARPER STUDENTS 





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This work laad 

GETS YOU 
CREDITS. 



This work laad 

GE1SY0U 
CASH & EXPERIENCE. 



While you're earning good grades, 
why not earn good money, too? 

If vou'fe looking for a well r-ivinj;. pan ihir- jub that tits into your 
bii^) sthi-ilule. UPS could he \our answer Wc re looking lor 
energetic, dedicated Harper students to j<iin ihc worlds package 
delivery leader, as loaders/unloaders. Ihe soon to be open Palatine 
taciliiy will provide Harper students many job opportunities. We 
otler excellent wages. SS/'f per hour, convenient part time hours, 
vacation time, medical henetits and the opportunity to join our 
savings plan 

Shifts Available 

Monday-Friday 
^:fln-7:00am • 5:00-9:00pn! 

For more information, visit the Career Planning and Placement Office, 
or call Ann Kocpnick at UPS @ 628-3739. You may find that UPS fits 
into your college schedule as well as your career plans! We are an 
equal opportunity employer. 




United Parcel Service 



PEOPLE MAKING A DIFFERENCE 



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The HarbinRcr 



Johnny B: 

Unleashed and live 



lit .Jainlf Bwwii 
Mjff Wriirr 

Did yt>u really cupiM ihc 
Johaaji and Ihc Lrisurr 
Soil* Lontcti 10 be anyihmi: 
ksA than spixUL'uUir ' 

The %(«)«. stomn); ihe nulty 
Jonathon BranJmricr. mtmiinit 
DJ on Ihc L(K)P FM "X/AM 
KKX). had II 3ll KKli n roll, 
Miics oTiialy, a polka puny and 
':gnigcoMe!it. 



Aim lo\.U " I i I' lr,l, l;. 
ing wiih approval 



lllie mcous Wo«. ,M.v> .V.kik 

The hiKhlighl *i» when Uk- 
»lage became ihc "I ovcilirt 
I oungc." the blue* p>>rti.>n nt ihe 

evening 

SpOCCjl (JUCI ("UIUIIM 

lonnic Brixik* jjmnu-d »ir! 
nximmg ncvi» man Bu'/ ICiIn/ 

on ihi- li,irr- ' ' - i 

Bui/ li";iin.'^ 



lk-*f liim 
.^1 barti-n«l>! 
i .ntdjil 1 inmi;c Ho iluK^n^. d 
Johnny lo u N'or ihu(;>:in>^ 
I and won. Heat VM 
.ik wmalwiMilaiKl 



all ihe funny fav> ,..(),., y,, 

Pitriy Animttlf. Mhen Ir.. 
Ciimrs. Yt'u Won't Set Me 

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Harper happenings 

H-i ru ' lUi finally summer To fnhamf your -iunimef plcasunr. 
V jiuHis (orms of cntcrtiinnicni will he ollcrcd on iani|>m 



June 26 



June 2X 
Julv 10 



Julv 1 : 
July 1 : 
July i 
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lj:».tun: (family): Reptile World will have 
a presentation of live reptiles hy 
1 Icrpcliilopist Mich.io! I) Shwcduk. 
I ilm v^orkmp Girl' 
Play Ifaimly); I"hc Irog Printc. " a 
nviilem re telling ot the Brothers 
(mminclassic story 
I ilm Die Hard 

•rt 1 laqxT Symphony ( >ri hostra 
-n llaqxT Steel Baml 
Muili media Kvent: "A Day In the life ol 

Amerii-a arul Smict Inmn' 
' ' ■ ' '> ■ idCiim 

: i.\/7 Rand 

' of SlkOg" hy Steven 
I yunnmg 
JiiaUc ■■ .!;,:h.'r 



111 1 Hijildini; and arc Ir 



Simple Minds: artistic over kill? 



Mv v>ill he 

:.in ai 7 *ii pni 

' luc For more 

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ill): ovji i.> . 
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ki..., l/ini> ihcil Jii,l;in.r. Jl 

con^eris l'2\Kiilll( and 
HuiB ii>i:.l'ifu-,l ih. \ n wtjfstuJ 
AnkT Aiied om 

The I (ar myle. 

Fine ^uung ( annihaK sold 
out lo i.<p an. and I »i(h 
(■rnrgr Mkharl would juM 



The ^cjK . 
!hc album 

ioiinewiie<im' 
no* a danc^ 

l-IUeil to il III (iii- I:. .Ill ,.| 111,; 

Biithl or any otticr lonely time 

The litle trail. Sirrei 
Figkimg Yean, it ihe wcikcM 
Mmg. and trnfonmuicly without a 



-■ ^ih'IlK A. • /. /<! I I.., 

k vould K' [sjwertul. bin ii 
Liiks driving energy; lumu 
Ihe bass vA\n Ihe proMcm 

The rcsl of the mcoikI m i 
devclopi funher. ftaKUtta l>,n 
has ■Lome joml energy si^ » il i- 



Fun summer of sequels 




lit S,,.u \,1,)| 
MjfT Urtli-r 

\'> !'i n Ihe .Mjmmct heat 

'"-..'■: - iiiiKMiaMe .md K.(,:'.l(«ii 



on thv Mlvtt siueii 
mer lotiks to K* one 



oto CourtMy of Columbia Pictum 



Jt.:u ^ ^hould inalie the r^ . 

I H.ip; "' 'I Ihi* Mga a ho» oi; . 

' Nlhuvli rs II, :' , 
>1kI 10 the l'»S4 hit (ibutl. 
buslvrs. reunites a quality team 
l.w tomcdic iutvess Bill Murray. 
Dan Akroyd. Harold Ramis and 
Sigoumey Weaver all return un 
der the direction of itan Keitman 
Muray was a iitUe weary oscr 
rnuming, in fear duM Columbia 



*a> 1 
Mind 



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wa' 



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II 

: ho 

II 

d 111 d'-aih Simple 

in ihe viudio for an 



ilw musii. speak lot itsell bvcr> 
artiM learns ol the evils ol 
louLhing up a piete uto much 
Simple Minds will also learn 
This n a liirrm gmid album, but 
II IS good Jespiic the crnra studio 
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ni 111 ilic \i.irship l-nii'i 
111 Star Trek V: Th. 



■ aliiiiijvi soni.Uiiiif; di.i 
iT been itone tvl.ife he i- 



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like It won I 



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uncihmg loi 



Local band Hsting 

Anytme mtcrested in having ihcir hands and gigs li^kd k 
encowaited to suhnm ir.lormatum to the Harhrngfr A bricl 
biognphy, pfofile ol the hand and a list of dates, tunes and 
place* (^ band will he playing should be intluded Only 
lisling* (or hands playmg the Nonhwesi suburbs will be 
unndcvod. 






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CLASSIFIED AD RATES ft INFO. 

Student personals up to t,ve 
lines ore free Student non- 
commefCicH classirieas are SI 00 
for four lines. Odditionol lir\es 25 
Commercial classifieds are S4 50 
for the first four lines of prmt. ond 55 
eoch Odditionol 

Deodtine for dossifieds and 
personals IS noon Thursdov Ail 
ads must pe prepaid, either by 
check. Viso or Mostercofd 

The Horbir>per win not pe 
responsible for typogfaphicai 
errors mode on ods token over the 
phone 

For rotes and information 
contact Marc Boike ot the 
Harbinger Office. 3973000 
exter^sion 2460 



Help Wanted 

$lOOOScholanhip 

AvQ;;aDie tor o student woretxKjse 
& ciencoi position Available m the 
northwest suburbs Poycheck the 
week you work CenCor 
Temporory Services. 209 S 
Meochom. Schaumburg. 893 2345 
e oe 



Help Wanted Rubes' 



Denial Hygianitl 

For pleosonf north-shore office. 
excellent soary orxJ benefits Cofl 
432-1 111 



By Lfetflh Rubtn Rubes' 

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By Leigh Rubin 



Ootsy Academy 

Kindergarten teacher opening 
now ovoiiobie Good benefits tk 
pay Avail immediotety C: 
Borboro & 694 3440 



For Sale 



Government seized vehicles 

from siOO Fords Mercedes 
Corvettes Chevys Surplus Buyers 
Guide 1 (BOS) 687-6000 Ekt S-1053 



Government Hornet 

from S 1 (U repair) Delinquent tax 
property Repossessions Coii I 
(805) 687-6000 Ext GH-1053 for 
current repo W 



Government Job* 

■ - * r-r.rg ,n your Oreo, both !*Jlle<J 

0.-.J unskilled For a hst of jobs ond 
oppiication. coll 1 (615) 383-2627 



For Sol* 

Ptayboy 1969 to present 

Penthouse 1973 to present 
Ca« 368-9251 for mformofion 



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• Assistant Manager 

• Secretary 

• Copy editor 

• Upcoming editor 

• Photographers 

• Staff writers 

Th«je are just « tew of the openings tt» HARBINGER has for 
the 1989-90 >tHoel veer No experience u necejjary, jujt 
be willing to learn To qgilifg you must be a »tu<Jent with a 
GPA of 2 or better Paid positions are still available Come 
tn and fill out an application Then, gel retdy for a great gear 
We are located next to the Financial Aid office in Building A 
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The Harbinger 



Sports 7 



Take a look at Harper sports ... 



B; Ion Noatt 
SfvrU Kdlliir 

Whether It s the wtdr rMfc 
of excellcni academic pfngrams 
dm ofJa <|ua)iiy educatMin at a 
low COM or the beauufut cjmpt» 
dings that feature fine 
al and aihtcuc (jtiliticji. 
die ttBdeni-aihlcic decMln to 
anend Harper CoUeie for nany 
diffcRM rciiMim. 

The Sihoiirs latercollegiaie 
athkuc program oflen a high 




level 01 i>>ni|Hiition al local, 
ttaie aH'l luuKrul levelt within 
the Mmctures of the North On 
ati Comminuty College Ciinirt 
etice of lllinoit (N4C) and the 
Nauooal Iiuihv College Athletic 
AMOciation (NJCAA). 

Miiny iihlcies have earned 
Khoianhips to (our-year codcfex 
aad ■Mveniiiei ihtM||iow the 
IMted SwetiiMiiflinKaiMiaa 
dumg NJCAA conpetitKin. 

Some of the athlete* who 

Football 

Hnd t'oack: inha i:ila«ifc 

AttWtani Coackt.: Bolt 

I'rrgttUHi, John Nwcfioili, Ron 

Lanluai. CMko <«ahMar, Tin 

Howfa 

VJC- Championv \'i^t^ 

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eatned ncholanlMpi dua paM yaat 
inchidF l5f«)MMI|)liymheMliid 
by iiujrirrhacli Al Snydrr 
1 1 <• h igh » and defrnt««e tK Ue iiie 
\^alt illlinoii), womoi'i basket- 
hail player r^ucaic O'Dnwofhiie 
(Quincy). wrestler Mait Cecchi 
(Wuconim-Oihkofh). men* 
hatketball player Joe Pasii 
(TulaaeK and womcnt track ft 
(ieid menten Anne Thj^t-r and 
Lort Wilkenf (V^ 
Parkside). aad Voiir , 



lanice Word iWis^on'.in 
PiHkside). 

In order to pjrluipalf in 
spons. one muJt be pa>»in(! 12 
credit houn per lemcitcr wiih at 
lean in 1 75 grade point a>crat(e 
In Bioil caaet tryoow are based 
on the amcwm of people lurninj! 
out and availability ol uniKmnt 
andequqmeni. 

For further information on 
athletic* contact the Physical 
Education. Athlelicv and 



Rctrcjlhin (PF AR) M W7W(»i 
CM :466 or visit the PEAK 
otiue kxalcd in Building M. fa 
now. hcrr\ a l<x>k M *im each 
liarpet team acoimpiikhed mi part 
ytar<L 

Note Hwptr CoHace <h<) ■>•'< Tickl a 
Tialf team frnm mf m» and thai 

die fcctuMtt tomprled in ihc llttnou 
lunior CoUctc ConftfrrrKr (IK*(*) 
Irani l«<>X 1970 ■<a in the Skyway 
Conlercncc from 1»70 75 



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Track 
Field 



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Wdimn's Track 
& l^ield 

Htad < sack: %ttm ItWnut 

Region IV (hainpi.ins I'H' 
IVII7. l'«j(. I'lx-i 
Regum IV RuniKT I r i " 





Baseball 



tirad ( (UK'h: Dan Kum 
Awiilaal toack: MIka Brakr 
Skyway Champions. 1'>7I 
Sc lion Champions: 1977. I9K1. 

I KuiHU'l I |> i '.S4. 

\<A in Region IV: 1981 
4ih in Regton IV: 1977 



Soribali 

Head {'oack: Martha Lyan Bull 
^*>^l<ifan( r'narkm: Jallr 




Mi-n's lt'nni« 

Htitd I uach: Ru% Ki'jrn^ 

UCC Champmns: I97ii 

Sk\viij\ rhjmpuuis 

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RcBum IV Charopiiins 

l-i78. 1<>7«>. \<m. 

Region IV Rannefrp 

I'tKH 

<ij in Region r> 



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Women's Tennis 

llrad I udih: k4lh< ( haaihfrlala 

VIC ChainpiiMis i'nH. WTi 

Sea., n Champions I97H. WIM 

Ket:h.n IV Championi l*t7S. 

1<*78 

Region IV Ruooet-Up: 1979. 

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Skyway Championc 1970 
N4C Champions 1976. 1977 
Region IV ChampUNw: 1977. 1979 
Region IV Runner Up: 197$ 




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lUad ( oack: Ntirin l.4ivclacc 
Skyway ChanHiionv 1973 
Region IV Champmns 1<)7I. 
1972. 1973. 19K7 
Rei-ion IV Runnel I p r»74. 
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M<b: Region IV Champitwi: 

HHI. 19it2. 19H6 

Region IV Runner-Up: 
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Wihimb: Region IV Champions: 
|9W>. 1987 

Regmn IV Runner-Up: 
1981. 1982. I9K3. 1984. 198$. 
1989 




* Spcris 



The Harhingcr 



Junp2Cv I9S9 



Kastner era begins 

New coach eager lo begin rchuililim: 



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"'""" '' '" • «ilJ •Di-if fic bum J ri:(<ut.i' 

'' '•»' tualwhall program in jitfl a BH 

'"' "^'rf ffMwyean Hchii.l;i»-" ^•- 

-ik arii-i J n.> i.iSminalmg »i|)i 
.»■..! .iC!as< .\ R 

UK the MMiMKcnirm v,mu' 
'K-li iH aumtuH cnK'h 
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prttfeaso ai Hot; 

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in.ptcw»ll r," > -"^ learned «Jiinii«r' 

attjoH-alhlcU.- r*'T^ *'* ' ' -™u"'ty heliww new cimi. Raiincr inj 

«».Je,«., ami ..,,v:T^ ,« of T „. ' ' ',''1: ^fT?*. 'S'! ""r^ ^' comf.«r,*N- w,m »c:«!.- MunlgLn 

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'*■ , .ic* PuhiK 

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N»» Men* Batkcibdl Co*ch Paul K««in«r (right) and 
Aaalalant Coach Ouana Sail <la(i) lalia le ifM hardwood. 

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•>mp«tilive Wc can do «K-il. hut 



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Track team runs the distance 



All- American Hollinsvvorth 
leads the pack 



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•RRBinGER 



August 2't r»8<) 



William Rainey Harper College 



VOL 2-1 Nc 






• College News 
Update 



•Page 2 



Features 



Meet the 
Harbinger editorial 
staff. 



-Page 3 



Kntertainment 



• Summer record 
bonanza 



-Page 9 



Kditorial 



• Letters to the 
editor 



-Page 5 



Sports 



j* Women's tennis 
team aims for 
nationals 



-Page 12 



Special 



• Focus on faculty 



-Page 6 



I pcomini; 



• Young Corporate 
Achievers acquire 
business. 




Harper mourns loss 



Rene L. LeBeau 

1965-1989 

Pom-pon & 

Cheerleading 

Advisor 

Flight Attendant 



Mtrpm oommun«y mourn* ih« lo&s 

o« Facultv Advisor Rcfv* L«B«au 

UB«rau WiU mfochmg as a Unnad Air 

LMm fiighl alMndant al tha lima a« 

tftacnsh 

9— ralatatf story paga 4. 



Bj Ph)lli% BroMia 
Slaff Wrilcr 

Rene L. UBcaa. Hiupcr s Ptim- 

pon BKl ChcrrlcadinE Ail\ pm*. died in 
«Jie crash.! : Iram 

tJenvcr 1.. i«j ,„ 

Skhc ' 

' I gradMue of lUrp. r 

lUKl N...1JH.111 iiiinoii. " 
worlfld for t)«iie<i fot n 
iMMtiHi aad was the onl> ...^u,,^ . „< 
IlK IligtM crew In die. 

The daughter or Rayimwd and 
Shirley LrReau of Schaumhurir. 
UBeau wi»» a PMnpiin damcr for iw« 
yean and aim coached the Pomtwo 
tqvad at her alma mater. Schaumtxtri 
High Schrtl 

Apra\> f LeBeau «ax 




Box office 

implements 

TicketMaster 



111 I. in \.lli;;hn 

I ililiir-in ihitf 



1- "niDj! Ihc first »ci-k of ctews. 
I' i'i,-.f thn Office Will become a 
I h tiiMjslcr oulki. In ad<lition to scWmf 
ihc tu kcu on ihL- TicliiMaacr wvicm all 



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held on July ;<. di Ahlgrim ami S«>n^ 
Funeral Home and Maw was held M 
St. hUfci-llm.- I .ih,,in Church m 
SchiMHlKMi: Hjirn-d J, Si, 

A meinorul «.-liolarilu|> fund tm 



t m J 

.^tcnijuf who All] . . 

dance. Donation. 

Rene I t eBcjiu mcmorui M,n^>ur^llln 

fUlKl 

I ,■».-. J I... 1. ., 

(Mwen 

broth. : • _,i--_;. . . 

Chama; and her grandmoiheni M.iric 
RejAMii and bene leBcait. 



thai the ailJiiion of 

■ill bk-ncfii ihc Harper 

v.Miiiniuniv III iii.iiu »av\. Harper's 

I r.kiiMavicr sv Nil-Ill uill provide 

;ulci tramin)! for hox ofliee sludcni 

. i.ul ilowB on work in Ihe hrn otTicc 

.111,1 .ill,.* H.I . , , . . , ,; 

1.1' I niinuli- 

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had 10 ga 

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in am til 



Ounce of vaccine = pound of prevention 



B« Miia 1 hinlund 
Fvalurr% l-ditor 



Free Immunization Sites 

Waft -in jiiKs fNti jif^ioiDiincolt mc mxcsBWy) 



Aatfutl* OKHMxCemer 
<^:00|^ia. 7WX)S. Oketa 
Rndgeview 



TliMwdeflNnt ShaffMaK Coner 

Ml. ItaqtKi 

lueadan Prrdav uniil ^>tf^ X[ 
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5:30-7 >'! p III Shirley Aw A Irvmj ftek 
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College News Update 



u til Ac baokiwure fcio«e <lct*!i and special j>nirou«">n» wll 



Cash station installed 

,x ,.,,h ^■ r, MnuIIcd b> Si P»ul feJctaJ Bank and is m ^^viMum ,n 

BuiUlins A 111- u u til Ac bookwure Mate* 

be available lucr in UK wiwr-iier 

Thompson's raise approved 



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Tlxmipwwi'* cunen; 

ThtunpiDll tu:> - 
Tlkwipiioa win pKltdmt 



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Thompson's leadership recognized 



;i ih: iiu-mii.-t] m ;ni'.j.iL-ii.>At2i- ■• • 



Students in a class by themselves 



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New courses offered 



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I If i .1 1: I 

semester 1; 

1*0 year p' 
proi.T-Ur. J ..>.- 

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LOADERS UNLOAOERS 

USE YOUR HEIAD . . . 




Join the high-energy UPS Team. 
$8-9/Hr 

Opcnlnc* on thr fatlooinc iMtl* 
3:00 AM BOO AM laSOPM 2:30AM 

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prtitid 

Apptv in Piprvm 

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mis liimhjrd \itdrson 11 



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United Parcel Service 



Library closes to 
automate for future 





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p m. Fiir specific liKunons 
Mu.lv-nis ian cuntiroi jvailabilily 

11 Niudcnis tavc any specHl 

■hk-nn concerning the cUwing 

1 ihc lihrnrv during ihi-. time 

' tlio IRC library. 



Ring In the new 
semester with the 
handbell choir 



in Guild ol English 

I Rint;.vTi1\-<tiv3l 



1 h,- ;.ilull L I 



1,1 It.i iJivU lu.\ a ha^i 
rinpor and director 



IIIKI-Ilt aJKI tmiviw-i i • > ,....■- 

^lrl^^hilp'. and lesm.iK Thi 
i.im.-r llinwcll si-rscil on llu- 
.'iK-s of ilic Wcocm 
! HH FciivaK in 



iiir any ol i' 
S40. Fell 
ijiK.n. call 3^7- 
u>n2«»6ar;5fiK, 



Harper- 
agreement 



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,.l Irilon 
U'anied 



alli>»s 

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Ji.UKl lulIliMi m rvrUiin, mi "' 
ditlTK't rc>idi-nl» can enroll in 
II _-. .. .,.. , ., ..... (.., H.»ivr III 



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. : l.l,;^am^ m 

iiiosl rcaamalilc 

initodcd in the 

- vtudcnlt to cam 

.HViaie in Applied 



sc icnte di'nitcoi 

tlarpor diMiicl resident can 

r- ,n.- .(.tii.ivM.in 10 IfHons 
Automotive 
i.i.u Adili.-lion 
C oimwlins. l>ciiul L.i' 
Tecliniiliijiv. DieselTcci 
• • ' uo-opiic. ^' 
.t lalisl, "^ 

.:>:.. Ophm.iiiiiK 

,,iti. OII\i.M. 
K.uiinn). IV ;>.vlinology . unJ 
Rcspiralory (arc. 

Tritons fall scnieMci h. liik 
.September 6. Class »i/c* .i: 
limited, and each protiraiti lu 
•.jvcific admi\Mon rcquircinenis 
liv mote inlornuiion. includinp 
admisMonand n-'t'- ' 

call llarpci at ' 
;5(J2 or Trillin ai ■ 
725, 



Kohls Department store 

iiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 

Looking for quality sales associates 

• FT/PT positions avail. 

• Flexible hours 

• Merchandise discount 
•Many other benefits 

• Call Marianne for 
details. 398-8282 

stop tn *ni fin out your application todai) 

gandhurtt mall location 



AUKUSlZl llg"? 



The Harbinger 



Features 3 



4AIa the people in your neighborhood aIaii 



'(vr ih: llurhtn.ec Who are Uk people 
.<n lmIlnllKl■^ >''>"() I liirbmittr odiwrs. 



Tari Vaui>hn 

Kdilnr-tn-chiif 




UlwcK Mart •i«ci) \!u 

In ni% vp.irr flint'. I 

M,u.! 

J.nv It) 

If I ciiitkl ihduct 

■ '( ihe *;i»untfics un,. 

ll> hi wage *M Jiloui:! uur--,J- 
> raiutit lbiD( r«e ever dn 



il.-nri'i);nm 

pill all 
.:. ami 



' into ii{i|ilyii^ ia I'ttiior in vnit:) n< the 



Drrtfia dm*: M e««aiii( wilcii 1 (hint ii^h\ unh 
my tx>) Iricnd 



Trudy Ann Herbst 




Marc Baike 

lOoul Miliir & Huvinrss Mana|tr 




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Phiitf'^f aphv Vdiliir 




\g* 22 Miijor \ti 

Uh»»l»- I havf fmir.ari.l ihc> •<■. ni i.' a. rk 

la ajr (far* Imm, I rni<>y (.amtHRg an ' 

out mt gailoicn 

I' I coaM rhaiife Ibr world. I would 



< ra/ii>I Ihiog r»« r»rr done i.^fkihiKj; 1 iki 

l^ iIJ/\. 

Drram dair; tnhn Slamiw. dtaner hsmIc M mrwi 
n the bcacii 




IJsa Aust 

inlrrlainmrnl l-ditMr 




^ar : ! -i^.il Sucrin- 

\Mi«c-K li-uiul, ,11. .11.11 .•iMi-t.u llic ijn he Icnind 
mi tan. in »ah.ht-\, hitytU--;. and hig »(iicl\ 
In m» spurr timr, I enjoy ^Ucpinp 
II I .old rbaBgr ibr world. I guc.v* I would 
. 'mvcrvjiivc rcIiiinMis limdamcntalists who 
! ■ ouuiiKi- mc Im evil and lo rq«m. 
I r.i/M-u thing r»r r»rr doat Sfviry. 1 don't do 
urn- III a i.L;i*s li>r iwly 

l>irjitt li.iif '.iuiK I'Tio who IS phiKw p'lK .ill^ 
liK-ial and nH-nijIlv mustular 



Alisa ('hinlund 

^^alnrr^ Kdiliir 



Eric Binuham 

Spuria I'dilor 



Jon C)\man 




Ajr - ' ^liijor jDumalisra 

WhrrK I .lu. Buv and Legs 

la mj »pare limr, I cnjojr speading irnic »iih 

my (ncnds 

ir I cnnld chancr ihr wtirM, I «a«M: create i 

p!.«LC »hori' Ihiiilm l'..arnland war donnexKl. 

('ra/ir>t thing I've t«rr donr wont tn a Tail 

F-psilon Phi liillc ^i.Mcr mcitiiit; ilnsscil jv a hlocid 

drive vamfHR.- 

Orrara dalf a (irivuif balUl pcrtorriiame featmvg 

Mikhail Riiry^hnikov. Ali-xandi-r fiiHlunovand PWcr 






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txiwlini; 

l>rrani dair AnMin 



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In m\ sp.irf timt-. I cn^oy ^'olf 



If I iiiuld chanEr Ihr world. I uiiuld have 

KiiiT KaUhdwal!. 

( ra/ir\l Ihing I'vr n ■- "•rt- ,.irn \j\ »huh 

*^i\thc ira/K'*l I'l .ill : 

Drram dad 



44*""*"*ffl Tha PMpta In Your Neighborhood by Janice Wolowlclu & Allison Strauis Photo Editor SaIAhB^^ 



•1 Features 



The Harbinger 



.\UKUJl2l 1989 



'i 




Rene LeBeau, Harper's loss 

gone... but not forgotten 



It's here... 



The fotni of View u « tludrni publication whuh 
ikiM«ases Iheir litenry and visual laknis. All wiirk u jclccicd. 
ediwd and pmduced 1^ saudeiusThc magsuinc is ^xin^nrcd by 
SMdem AcllviiKs with coopcraiKin nf the tibcriil and ( inc Art;. 
Division. 

1 he Point of I If V. has amvttd Pick up your copy at one of 

ith . Ji ; l.iy uiWcs m Buildings A S-mith Wing. D Kruclilc. J 
Hi X ( )i 1 i^ V Df F- First Odiir near the \ i-ndmi! Machines 



R> \IUj Chinlund 
l-r^lisrrs f diHir 

i*j» tx'lovcil Pomj'xm,^ hc^ri m iieu> 
Advisor Rem.- LtrBcau. uhcn 
United Airlines Flight ''C 
crashed on July l'» in Sunn 
City. Ii»»a en nioic frum Donu r. 
C<>liwa<ki ia Ctiicaco 

I cBoau. lino o( eli-vcn iu'» 
meniKTs. du'J when ihr DC 10 

"She had such a >ibranl 

preHrnre about herseir' 

-- Jeanne Pankanin 

crash ianded and buisi inio 
llamcs. 

Ounng the mm ochool 
vo;ir. LrBcitu tvas the adviiiar to 



stfvcn m»mths apo. yd she snll 
limml lime Iim her duties to huh 
Miuadk. 

LeBeati's -..niiMn 

and checrteai!.... .h— • . ^olscJ 
wh«n she »as a fitih j;taJof and 
H'lncil the thci-rkadiiif! squad She 
I oj. hi-d the Schaumburg Park 
Disiiivis ptHnpon Si|uad when 
she si»«i a luniof in high school. 

Sescral years later. LcBeau 
joined the Harper College pom 
pun squad The second year she 
wxs captain She stmlied d.ince lor 
nine ye.irs. and later received her 
ft A Iroin Northern Illinois 
1 nisersiiy maionnp in dance 
pcfliirinante in tlieaire 

L-cBeau « «upervisor ai 
Harper College was Sludeni 
Activities Direcior Jeanne 
Pankanin "Its hard to believe 
ihal Rene is gone." said 
I'ankanin. "She had such a vi 
iKani presence about herself. We 




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Ren* ralattt during on* of hM vacatient from Unlttd 
Alrlinet. 



Rtn* LaBcau 

will really miss her ' 

As advisor to tlie stjuads. 

ixBcau 1'^,' itii/i'.l irs.iiiK Ik'lrH'.l 

die s<)ai 

ai pra>'. 

[rained the squads ai summci 

ilinics. handled travel arrange 

nienis tor events and earned qui 

mlminisiralivc dulicii. 

"She was a vibrant peis.in. 

coach and a good friend. ,iul 

Su/anne Rcid. captain ol ihe 

p<impon s<.|uad. "You couldni 

t" '>s h r and not like her She 

. jys happy. She I- • i .i 

outliHik. She jl 

isiked lor the pood in thin. N' 

•rie v;tn replace her I kei ; 

■ her looie tv . i 
lies pone." 



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ts hard lo t ; 

■\i>u louldn'l Kium 
her and mil like her" 

-Suzanne Keid 




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11,1 1,1.1 .111,1 -111 They dia(:iii"e 

i.-divalions. lahorai v rays as need. I 

I ■• 1. ..u, ihe i.-iv. .. ... wellness propr.in Is 

■liol and Wellness Nelwork 

■ ,, , .e proaitisc drug and akohol 

um prDftam for students and other m. inhers of ihe Harper 

coinmunm 

■ ■ 'n programs, support groups. 

mliimalion and dw Peer Advivws 

I'MM pioiiram " '• iies your 

inenc and implcni trams and 

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Public Issues and Policy 



Editorial Bits and Pieces 



Th'rrKcm, ,„hcim>«atu.m..v, 

hum™, have, o alio* a...„. ,,:';;.' 

wiBiblccnd.nHX.ftv R,^hi, 
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*ffc di%tu%\cd ih 
maniwr While ,i 



ui;imu,K_v l;li^ JUlhi.'lll) t , 

; iM posesi Wc d<. mw !• 

' > *«c™ txcausc o* apiUh V 

'JUim. We do not cuplofc n 

If,.-,,,, "'"^»"'i""r. wc rcriei! ■ 

Rep!:;;::','';':.",,"'- '-"■ -"^ 

"I our J , 
, . Jinpus ni ,- 

Some became huicrly divided Tho .„ 



"any biK*. t|j,,, ,„ 
I have laujiht me ij,.i„k 




HAHPFNrrFB ' 'overheard 

^ 'Hum Kjmey Harper C..I1,....- '*'"•«... 



W.Mu,„R.i,ney Harper College 
l.WJ Wcsl Algiifkjum Hood 




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*crc bookcj solij *iih s.-,,,v , < 
Ihc hiiilesi bands ol the past i*.- 
daatlcx. 

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Cry Frteiiom. from ihe Bi( 
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li» tft-c' 

September 6. the a 
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I'lvc a free ciwccn in Bldg. A. 

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while n.ii being free, does 
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l.o Cream SKKial on 

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.U'nmg enteruinmcm will 
Iv prcvcnled (Xlobcr 2\ - 27. 
Iniernation.il Week will 
present talent trom man\ 
diverse eounuie> and culture^ 



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:!k" dance aiKliiion Ct>pK's ol II 
•1 reserve m the llarpcr Library. 
.ire November 10. II. i; and 17. IK. I^ 
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Adam West 
Batman(ia) 




B; tfaa Aast 

K»terlai«acBt llditor 

Holy HvpcT, Baiman' 1 he 
PregHM Bomi tail done u jt;.un' 
Pulling off one of ihc src•4Il•^l 
tapers of Ihc ycji. ihe (*mgnim 
Board prcKnted an evening of 
bat-cnicruinmenl. 

On Wednesday. June 2\ 
millionaire philanthrofMit Brace 
Wa}!^ (a.ka. Attim West) paced 
Ihc Building 1 audilonuin for t 
fun filled balevcninji; ol 
inughiful hai infomuiion 

OK. OK, no more kit h\iv 

There i\ already en >> >< i 

hoopla to fill i very 
Bat fren/y has taken 
world, tvcn my favimic Iibi loud 
joint has joined the bail band 
wacoii. It hat gnaen id the point 
of eomempiaUnf: self dc.«inKiion 



in ontor to escape ihe media bat 

hill/ 

S^'* Chi T V'r V^esl. 

lie u ■. "10 Huge • 

UT> > Jm;^ m-J in MlK 

jeans aikl un-akors, nc kxiks iwm 
like Ihe guy at lite ead of lll« 
bhKk ihiiin a caped cmxsder 
AhiKNlgil he d<K->n I liK>k al hti 
vm 40. he reientty turned a ripe 
oM mt of 60 In fact Wen k>ok<> 
heller than he did » ay hxk when 
on \hc. television 

West Is li-:-. ijvn 

and htmest Spejkmj; on Ulc after 
Bat Man. he v<t\ very funny, and 
revealed Mime liille known facts, 
Kuch a.s how much IIkmc tiglitx 
itchod Ho imptwved the audience 
*ith his mcredihle ability to keep 
a straight loic Hi« abiliis 
becomct more awe inspinn); 
when trymg to duplicate Uns fcal 



(or onescll iw-i 
"Waich out. RoliK 
that cnldcn 
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fiiii <M>lc cnbcuHn of the new 
Bat Man movie was in how il 
related ki children He thought it 
IS loo violent (or kids, but 
otherwise omiitcd the tsnuiMn 
ponraycd in the Rollmi; Sumc 
inictvicw 

Alter »eeing him in pervm. 

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Friday fm-ni. Aiifui - ,,! 
fron» the National Spate S.h ui) 
encounter. 

Tcle.'itopcs will K- V.I up near parkin): 
pcrmming The vievniij; seisioos will he held i^^, ,.,^„., i 
This IK aim the »ghl for the (ulurc ob>ervatofy, 

Voyager was launched m W77 It will p»iftckMe<l i.. «>.■ • ■ ., 
then It w III hurl out mio dei^ .pKc. NASA is hopeful th.u 
law enough ycar» m ttansffltl tnfomtation ahnui the edge oi 

for more informatiiw on late Night Wuh Neptune, lall 
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The ( ure DiMnlrgralino (tlekt'a) 

Ri»ben Smiih continues lo ouido himself with every release from 

Ihe Cure. The new album Disintegration can be descnhed as the 

muMi of dreams: the soundtrack o( sleep. Most of the album's 

irack* me dreamy not as much lyrically xs musically. 

.V fat who accused the Cure o( selling out' after I<)K7 s Kte 

Me. kks Me, Kiss Me can rescind their judgement after 

lisieninR to Disintegration which does not cater at allio the 

i.iU'd f\>r sjrnie m. • wm. however, the LP is doing 

II the Chans, and i lu to have hit a new peak in 

1- i-u.afity. considering liitu i*.. nighit at the Rosemont Hon/na 

(August 11 and Sept. 1 1 More power Ui them, .so (ar this is easily 

the best album o( the year, for a full review see the May 1 1 1989 

isiue of Ihc Ihuliin^er Raling oul o( 'S: • • • • • 

Peter (iabrirl-Passinn i Virgin) 

Subiiilcd Mmmc for The l.aM TrmplatioB tif Chritl. this 
IS basically the hmg. awaited Mmndtrack to the controversial Martin 
Scorsese moiKwi picture, scored by Peter Gabnel Gabriels label. 
Virgin ReciMds. saved themselves the potential of boycott from 
religious groups by promoting the album as Ihe new prtxluii (rom 
Gahnci wofiiKiMd to Uic sixwdir* k of die fUm 

instead of fcsorting to ihe usual musical cliche* (or n-ligious-fibn 
scores, such a.s bells and choirs. Gabnel has lormulaled a musical 
Odyssey inio the world ol easicrn music with help from guest 
musicians such as Shankar. Youssou \'l\.ur. and David Sancious. 

Gahncl i<~ boionnni; U■^^ pr.-.luubk- with every release The 
' ' Miden touch wiih every 

■■'■ ■■ ... , -III of 5- • • • • 

Line And KiHketvt.iive And Kmkrls (Begpars Banquet) 

Pcicr MuiTvhs ihs-vir i hie i,. !,>,.»; al Ihc cisaris ihc-;e days. The 
i' ■ ■ . , i.r,jn..^ (mn, 

• .lH)Jjd Hot 

' "" " ' 1 llic uviul love And 

Rix-kci» lore ;, (ihcir lounlii is good. 

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1 1 Mil- Ik-si ti:Kk ' Bnund hor llrll 

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■*'-■; \\.n 1 1 IVKI 

I U. '«;,■■ i i., , t i.uldn t li.in):->ilM'riiinn iSiUcrione) 
Sillscnown IS an im[<fcssive l.S dcbul (rivm Ihe British band The 

•ir Mill., ,. h.. ., , (Jill, iraditional 
n\ »hisile and 

*' ' ■ i;i<-i 10 Ihe slow 

arvlK.; 

'^' "is inosil) bs handmcmhcr Paul 

*" :'v>n by Mick Glossop. who pr>xlutcd the 

-'■ 'I'M If you en loy hands like Big Country 

■ !.n They Couldii llanR. Yoii will 

I' ^1 your tunitabk- for awhile. Raung 

I he k.iii.makrrs-lhe (.i.i.d N.v.s and Ihe Bad News 

Ihc third album from the Rainmakers is. in a word. 
disapptMniing- in two words. VERY disappointing. The (auli lic-s 
mH in the b;ind. who play as (jultlessly as ever, but mainly in Ihe 
prixluciKM by well known pioducei Jell Gli«man The ajvpcal ol die 
Rainmakers was always m the ever so-slighily olf cenier music and 
lyrics. The mielligeni but quirkv Ivncs arc siill m evidence, thanks 
w lead singer Bob W •. ; ■ ,„,_ ^.l^ litile thann or 

personality 

'""■ :ill bU .,.,,„„.,., K .„„.,: !.'w-K.pmg any 

^' '"al'ls and ihe blame : ,.n (Muman's 

^'"- '■•' Rainmakers shiHild hij.; ..., i. ... :,irmcr pnxluccr 

liirv SJiiiiiii.; I,, reciiri iheir liVHing. The group will appear nc«l 
i:.. .^ir. .11 Ihe Cut W M i.,i J WXRT budget show The timcerl is 

liit'hK ieki«iinieii,le.l. iinl,iiiun.iieK, die album is not Ralini; oul of 

^ • • '^ 

Xyroos-Twisl of Shadows iWingi 

foniierlv known as (Taa of Xyrnu*. ihe ihird I.P from this 
hand Ironi Kolland is much more accessible than dH-ircialKT n:lea.ses 
Xjmox have abandoned their .IAD nwts in favor of the piwsibiliiy ol 
greater po|Hjlariiy The music siill has a simil;ir feel, but is a IiiUe 
mure on the simplisiic side than it has been in die |ust. 

Fonunately. the complaint is a very slight one lwi.,1 of 
Shadtiws IS a marsclous colk-ciion of lush music, from the slow and 
moving Jitniulu to the dance club hit ObsesswH Coupled with die 
(act that this album is easy to find at a very k>w price, this is one 
bargain not lo be passed. Rating out o( 5: • • • • 



Local Band Listing 

Anyone interested in having iheir bands and gigs listed is en- 
couraged to submit information to the Hartnngrr A biiel biography, 
profile of the band and a list ol dates, umes and places the hand will be 
' 'uld be incluik-d There u no cligibiliiy lor listing. All 
.<' ill receive ci|ual ccmsiderauan. 



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Formulator, Inc. run by Harper students 



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uptiokJ our reputation 

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Doug, 

I have to tell ya. its very strange not 
wortiing togetHef on the papTttlis 

IIZ,^^] 7? "^"^ '"""^ O"' purpose 
anyway I I C 

M,jic 

Ed. 

Ho* are (he ^ebra stieeis ■> 

unintiibitecJ 

Beth. 

M-ss you a tot see you more oticn than 
you ttunk 

Love Jeff 

Touch one person^ life, and 
yoove Changed eternity. 

For the iirst shall be last and 
iHa last be tint. 

Matthew 20 16 
Tan. 

Take rt easy its not as bad as you 
m-ght mmk IIS worse "" « you 

love. Marc 




A^apr/ Siy/np ejtrs cjkA now P 

CAtv± out tlus veets Classjftetfs 



12 Sports 



The Harbinger 



/Vu>tu5l2-t l')8<) 



Women's tennis team 
aims for nationals 



By Kru llin::h.im 






Sports l-.dilor 






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guide volleyball squad 



By Krtc llingham 
Sporls Krtilnr 



philii- II 

volIcyKiii iiiaih julu- i ilciM>n- 
Kuchn 

"IXini jtct mc »iong. 1 don't 
like to lose." ihe clarities 'I 
consider impriivii: rv 

Winnint; is a txniu 

tkiniisc". i*i.K ii- 

by la.sl ycaJ fur I n 

as !hi' Icini lini ?i. ,: ■ ... ihe 
Community 
c Wiih three 
iciunicis Horn l.i-^i year's s^ua(t. 
the ! ads Mj^kx scent It* be on 
track 111 « m lluir sh.iir <<< 
rTult.hcv this M'asiin 

Oni.* lit l!u' r^ tiiiiu f \ is 

Sharon Alum 




Photo hT A'lisci' 

Karen Silcl trtat to block a Su* Trachs*) tpik* d 
prictic* lail twaak. Tha Lady Hawk* start thair 
Sapl. S al Moralna Vsllay 



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Wifd The IcasKi 

she lion n>nii. u ■. .u i!,, 
rsiiy vif U isLtiiistii .ti 
rarssuk"i>n a s..hi'! 
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ng player " 
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r idayer like Wivd wiiald 



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. tn^ Ktr i*t> main 
iiistis mis \i-ar, 

'iadivNiual warn gnnnth and 
some ctmfcfMce mim^' ahe nd. 
'I'm lookiBf for some good. 




BOW «cm » lie in ha inccuning solid competitive volleyball." tha shttuld cet u» ihfimsh " 



II ' 

!WI1 ' . Jill 

ill vs here » c te al 

(ctin ... .. ;h last veaii. Tlie a.. . i_ t.,i a. ' 

girls have the will lo »tHk, and vollayball coach Karan Ellatson-Kuahn racalvaa a bump 



trom Sua Trachaal during a racant practica 




RRBinGER 



August 31. ISS^J 



William Rtiney H»rper College 



VOL 2i. \0.i 



Features 



• Citizenship or 
GED concerns, no 
problem for AED 



Page 2 | 



1 Late night with Neptune 



Editorial 



• Harper's 
generation gap 



Page 5 



I pcomine 



You've got pals! 




Knitrlainmrni t-dilor 

Voyjgcr U hj^ pt.nuKJ m«K 
infiimuiittMi alttnM our solar syiicm i 
Planen in Ihe (mh 13 yean diM tmaum 
Have haen able KxiMcnvrr wnct GatlUmi 

Harper paid Irthulc to the 
accomplKhmcni ihn [um THurvlay wd 
f nJjv nishiv. »iih itx pRxanuoD. Iju 
NiKhi Wiih Vpiunc. Featwed were livr 
lelcvttHin ctivcragc via NASA suclluc a 
fueit speaker, and an iippiKtunKv m vi«.-» 
the plancis > 

'P'"'-'^ ;,:akcr 

• material ipanning Vo>.i, i . 
»>vlc ic»«»lc«l Vo»a,;cr> 
■*** ■ rKHiaiH OMaadcnng it », 

«" <indh!|tally dear- 

th: ..rail u 'wmle' in thai lu nuiin 
mcnuiry u huraed OM. 'Anhruic' K-cauiK 
ihc piatTonn itarted m Mick somewhere 
near Satara. 'LegaUy dcaT ixxaicte n loat 
rtspranryniceivcr. 

Tke dixkiruon of <|Mcc travel num tw 
tlken mM atiount now thai tte pniaary 
lTC«i¥cr has hccn Imi NASA pn<grainen 
muM alter the u,>nal tm Earth so that ii 
will hctwnc diNUwicd m Ihe pttiner «wiial 
dace II reaches Voyager. 



Board 
approves 
Biennial Goals 



B.» Marc Balke 
Stafr Uriltr 



)-tait>er'« Boui : , .pniovc.! 
ihc 1989-tWI BR-nm, I..I, 

TV foal IS lo addrcs' ^nd 

concerB* made l>y the Huiv, .., .j„i> 

Mam and ciMceini im Imk- j. Mu.km 
lacccss, caroltinem pbnmni:. icihniil»i;t 
programs. ^J^.alau^<•ulc (''"t-''aniv 
markeiinj;, impli.ycc sup|-..ii .,.,.1 
atfimiauvc ainion plaas 

Many ch«igc< will he mail. 
. clKingr in the lurTuulum ikiii lurih.i 
benefit Ihe viuileni 

Harper warns lo be esiahli.shrd a.\ a 
mai<» ctmtnhuiix to the rcwHinei o( the 
aimmuniiy This will include busincs* 
aikl im]ustr> . aikl tii expand knowledge of 
the inicmaiiimal en\ iiimmcm 

To aecomplish r [|k 

following guideline ,cn 

cstiiMiiltcd:: 

• Develop a plan b> ifwing I'WI that 
will result in the aildilum of inicrnolioKtl 
e»perKnsi-s tei c»i.sung and new oiurscs 

olli-rea 

• EsuMish and stall ^n oflite lor 
inicrnaiHinat affairs hy fail l-CK) that will 
a«\un«; rcsjxmMlMlns j„f all mtcmali.mal 
prufiraniniini: lunuh.ris They will aKu 

^"•■'■"•' ' ■ l>ir all 

intern . 

f'rcsiiknl i'aul 1 hompson is plca'^. 1 

»llh tin- F»..,li,l V ..i-vr,.! .1 I.I ih.- 11,.., ., ■ 



conipl, . 



ae planned to be 




t<«o »y Ion) Chttppi m m 
Shrtam arw» t«cii«» allMi, onioyad MarpW* pr«»*»lalion ol. 1al» mgm with N«p«un«' 



Ruti Sipma arjanucd the evcM and 
enKidcn II to have beoi a (uceesii. *or die 

five iBMiUitHws in the area »iih \epiuiw 
coverage. ..nl> AJler and Tni„iv h.»d a 
targcr bunutu. " Euunaied partieipatum 
iM^ Iran 200 10 300. 

Tlww Ndam. uibleni »■,, ,n,fr.-..;c(j 
»ilh th,' U'ihn».l.)cv ,1 ■ ■, .„ 



siaid, "Its imredihlc that they can gel 
■niag<» sew from Vuyagcr which tmly has 



Hnper did not have similar uivcragc 
of Voyi^swf Mher planetary eKiMinicr* 
hccause oT itt mcem aci|iiiMtiun a satellite 

ili^h 



College News Update 



COURSES / SEMINARS 

"Doing Business with the World" 

A ten week courie u, K ol le/cd on Thursda) > from 5: M)|wi lo 8: HI pro 



"Recordkeeping and Tax Matters" 

.w ^ ^, 'T ''^ ^'^ "^ Jcijsnal lor new busuieam or buweaei aeedrnt heln 
^iihtajiidaiediitDMMii. The ooune wiB be heU oa ScMMtei^Zyiia Z2^ 
t,fK Jf »^^ « '-^^ C room rnVZ^lSS^^oXZ^l 
r>/-Juw.ex«eMiao24IQ.pieaiicHicliidc dtecoiine mnfeaLXXCKS-OOl. 

"Starting Your Own Business" 

ITS^^ 1^ u "r*" c«a«i«.ve Friday., ttarutg on September 8 ai 7:pm 
f^^ mbu.ld.ng C «wn lOV Topici lo be co«(i«d h^eteen apecifidy 
cho«B (a the Bpcommg bu«ne« pawn. TwiioB ii 163.00 t*u a $9 TOUh fee 

illm^i^^ "" '"•**• "*^ ^«'- 1*^ i-cW^ «-~ «»h^r 

Lotus basic 

h^9 ^ » iSf*" ce«er m room IlO.Ctow begin Tue«)ay. Sep^mbH 

Small business 

12 from 9:« lo 3:pm .n hu.ldmg H, ,»om IOS.TTk woAAoTTiSSSs^ 

"'"''" *'*^ =^-- '""^««' '" ^i^'ng thef own huaneii or to^eofSeXhawe 

NtiunalHjsincvN TuitKw t, $7.00 pta. a $13.00 fee T^regtsler pleane 

•'««>. cjiension 24 10, pieaw mdicaic cotne number LXX072-OOI " ^^ 



Features 



The Harbinger 



Auiiusl3l l<»S9 



Citizenship or GED concerns, no problem for AED 



■j fhylU\ BrBioii 
Staff VVriitr 

LKJtKill.ll 

I Kf<>*ing (• 
- ' ' Mttiaro mil-,- 
Tr.i.< 

Vvti: 

Adui ,.,1 

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IJji:, 
antt : 

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Patricia MuKioi: 

educatunjil (k-vi'li-f>m.'i.. 

vcari atij 






The AED statt takes a 
break from their heavy 
workload FfOfit row 
(LtoR) PatMulcrone, 
Eileen Brown, Barb 
Singer, Janet Smith and 
Paula Oeeken Back 
row (LtoR) Jane 
Harns, Benjamin Parng 
and Jong Toomey Not 
ptctured tuli-time faculty 
Pat Best, bnda Nelsor 
Jan Phillips, as well as 
Vicki Hathaway and 
other Northeast Center 



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Profits add up at shortage continues 



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By Erik VHmrmr 
Surr Writer 



The ^hiH)li>*rK-J iHniiiNiiUi. 

manaj.cJ tn fat Furuk. trie* tt> 

k ■ ■ > II, (ii^h pntcs ih)*n In 

■ U) tovcf c<»W and uki: 

Mijgc of leM buyl'Uv ^ 

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Profit IS made I'ti ilu j 

., hill tlk- tiMtiu:> ', liv.l ' 

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pf ! :s after tiKts arc usctf 
ncvi >caJ'. nivralKin 

aiJ i.. .„! .utin- lh' l'""l v.mix 
Iprocnim. whuh 
;uid Dean uf Bu 
iatvl FinaikC Vmit ikmrr > 

supervises the bo<>kii- . 
loporaliiTis 

In addition ti> ihc mIc of 
Items in the store, profits Mc 
made when biuiks are Kiughl 
Ihack from vludi-ms In the paM 
Har|Kt bookstore bouelii b.i.1. 
only texts they would Iv -iM. i' 
resell nesi star Now. (ulieii- 



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"A ilmkI loiclKr warns to usf 
<ts to leach the ■ 
1 Bemcf. Having ' 
hlfcfcnlhocAs keeps 

We ve not i K 

^\..\ Mf t finfcn htH»ks i*e tani 
,u ;tt>uy because of the short lile 

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• A canvenwni. n<^<■Mllr. a«af«Mi wiieiii 

•dtcaflon 

• A umwt. xmom puttc J^t^^n ^ 

10,000 sMmus 

. Smal casiw *«« l>r •»P"w«W< '^"''1' 
meB««tiPhi5'» 

. A cftow oi (we than 70 BKhiHor* an* fwe 

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• Profyams on our man cam«M <" a no****' 

resdanW i mtf *n«h«>od oi' Chicago. 
gral suburban tocafeem 

• ParKipalion #1 euMutai ww» ano »*«•••* ^ 



" Ihtri is a trying nred 

lor piopli' l<> U<» ttach." 

- IHck Viilln 



When ihes Imd s<»ineone 



api-'UtaiiU 1.' Like me fv-. 

"We ve seen the pn'pitrtioi 



jc into the 

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have Icli s 

,1 deparii 



s i.s lljllon K. ,. 
in I'iK'l, provoked '■ 
■ ker what will 
ilicm after a 
;,,..,..! the ■(.■■- '■'■'' 
■( system 
• i.'i salariv 

.miiHis C alilomia 
.,.,. rsiiy system, 

adnwimauirs me goring up for 
a ntuirtl^c of 10,000 u> Il.WW 
I KUiiv over the not 10 to li 
,. ais, ih.inks to a projected surge 
III enrollment and mass 
iciiremems ol prnlcssors hired 
.. ■,., .1 ., i...„ ,1... <-sl 



ollenng tinancial 



iiiiin.jieli,. kai,h at fSL 

r lehi no». the fh I' 



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math, health. 



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where we've heen 
slalfefl," 
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,t lour mc«e V- ■'- .liinne »hich 
iiev often v»: : t mlo 

' M With the.: le^rees. 

. ct, they niMjld then face a 
.i( leaching which would 
.irn ihem far k-ss than the\ i .»iKt 
Tk.iVe m pnciie imlusirv 

■ • , ,-.11 Ui' 

-..i.le u 

...1 ...i. n , Ui lilld 

raise professors' 

„,..,„ . , ..le obscrvcTs noted. 

yet. at least in l.Sl s 
.. .i.iiiuini; dcpanmcnt. Iindme 
led prtilcssors ha.s alwav-- 
.. Iiaule "We vc never hail i 
vear where wevc been full) 
stalled Brenner declared "Ihc 
.,,.,.,, ■ ;.i>:e has been 

,.,. lis 

1..IIUI..I ...ijis. Brenner has 

relied on graduate students to 

1. .. h n.i.l.lli- le^el classes, thus 

.i.iU.lii.imin 

ii i.iii tv destroyed in a 
mallei on one or two years.' 
Brenner said of the Je,.-nitK-m's 
reputation "We're going to be in 
really had shape.' 

"Iljerc s a trying nf«d lor 
people to go teach, " added Dick 
Willis of the Engineering 
Manpower Commission m 
Washington. U.C. who said that 
some l.RW of ih<: J0.0<» 
available teaching piiMUi>"s were 
vacant bst year. 

Willis, like most others, 
ilnnk^ this is just the bc-ginmng 

(ranklin and Mar^hal^s 
Ntaiuire agieed ' We ve still got 
< . I.I . ..-lil n..-r.- \..irs K'ti'le 



wejliliiei umveivFUes raiding 
oihtt ,^hools tor l*ullv. causing 
huge rills »n ' 

eiUKalionaitKMi 

In 4 Sep.!! Jii 111' •■ 

1 iiivcrsity ol Colorado College 

,| n.,.,,p...- ..11.. . .1.. lomptaincd 

,, ! ihey were 

eisuibeucr- 

1 campuses. While top 

, schools can pay 

lessors S12ll.nO(l to SISO.OO 

ear. Cl's average is closer to 

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.fUii in bi. .. I ,,^. t,„it(im linc...«t 
,uc(l iiittre people." 

...Mike McCuirt 

...^lion- , K-lwtvn maKiiig a fi»>d 

a iiK ans n.. k »«mg Ml » «Hld sch<«l _ _ 



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lacullv As a ri 



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Looking for quality sales associates 

• FT/PT nositions avail 

• Flexible hours 
•Merchandise discount 
•Many other benefits 

• Call Marianne for 
details 398-8282 

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in ViHjr Ni'tiibhcrtO"™ _ , ,^ 

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Major Mum. .,,,„ ^,, ,i,^..ni lun 

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A.n.on S.r.u.s Photo Editor 



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Augusi3l I'**'' 



The Harbinger 



Editorial 



Editorial Bits and Pieces Harper's generation gap 



Con|(riUulaIll.ln^ u 
Malhrmalic\ anJ ' 
Dcpanmeni v>n ta cii-cium ii'i' 
Ni(kl With >il(|itKM tlH' 

•1 •fruu«gam<Jc»i"'"" '- 

.llMC plMM> 

- imexplorol 



nofcjgj. 

AiibLalt 



K.u«Ji>» tt» ihc PALS gtiMf. run b> 
\WN Ii'« wondcifut diM studcMK now 



have pc«f> ui lum ui wiUi Uicir pniNcins. 
For man: iiiftimulHin. Me page tea. 

The UtirMiigtr »ck~u(nes kuen u> (he 

ctlllf>r iif ^1iicu'< :)lul loliimri-. hv ll.irrM^f 



>UUI till 
ftC/Ziir'. 
Tan N .iii-hii 
t ililnr in-ihirf 



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. h whtHils completed a special 

I them. Thi\ fall. «ipctj;il class 

: iltfaiure 1 15 are hci- -uir 

.ii-nLs enrolled in each 

tvcome Jiwarc of the i\sLiC!» sunouiiding 

!h.i( I *;!•. <.nrpn<n1 l«> hear theve hits of news. 

•Md a 
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Letters to the Editor 



Club apathy on campus 



Ctuin and Organiutuinii Daiy ix once 

agdtn upun us. Acluilly. it is lui> J.ivs 
Sopicnihet tS anil 14 from *> am u> ^ pm 
in the Building A kMmge. Giv«a the 
amount of organued |:n>ii|» m caiiiplW. il 
was apfurcni tlM tnbilaMiatly leu than 
half of them showed up liar IM sctncslcf '\ 
gjlhcnng 

Muih hjs Ken MiJ ■.onvcrnmK 
laropui apathy Many cluh Irailrrt 
conttMliy wonder kow lo get ihc vimkni^ 
involved. Much energy fm-t inut tho 
promotHm of ituhs and events. Il Miein^ 
that attendance at C'luiM and OrsanuMif)n» 
Day should be a fnany fnr all gmipt on 
campus Hnw can an orfiani/ation get 



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Vi'il jiicadiMce UfKkoil. 

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amend. Theif ciithu'^ - 1 (■<■ iIk- 

rcniplaceney of dtose utai HX-iningty dim i 
care 

Th« trend can he revened ll» simple 
If yuu arc a member o( a cluh ><i 
ufgani/atitm ttn ^.init'u> M*^-.»li t.* \.sif 
pftsidcni .iN- 
!i*r mM kTL'.ii . 
m.ikc .III <.'Ili>ii Sic ..■i.i ilicii 
A.M. \ a/qur/ 
Planning and Hrsrarcli 
Prneram Hoard 



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.1 to 
llul ihis ciHlkl be 

t youngest mcmhcrii 
i;ivcN a suhstaniial 
stir hour), and by 
Mudi-nis. H.irper is 

•.ilion feel ih.il these 



'io;,'\, M.ithfiiuinA. anil I'i 
Tuc 1 Knv.cT, p.in I'l itic i.i'ti'.idcralion fi>r the Malh 102 chuim: i.s lu let 
high sch<>«il seniors have a taste t>f the collcpe atmosphere However, 
■ light by a high sth<«»l teacher How can these students get 
L- life if they arc separated m a class by themselves with a 
ml itiMii high schtxil' A I.irye part of the college cxpenciice is the 
faction with other students 

' '• A !se. by separating senior citi/cns from the Harper student body, 

nimp the growth of b<nh younger and older stutlenis. Their is 

u^ii u> be learned from rvKwe enpencnced nKmberN of the cimwnunily 

htxh j;roiips can benefit from ideas and questions fn>m another pom 

. IT \ i ..1. 

'.'1 M-)\ir.iic siiuicnts 

ujci (iii.iujjhout the campus? 

..roup? We could have separate 

:,- ..-u...,.,., -:■ >l 45. 46-(>(). and «V1 andolder 

fnni, (xxly wotiM h.iu- lo inicract with students outside of 



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'iniiiuimly college is (he . 

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expcnence is s«i much ooms. teachers and 

It IV .k., .iv.,,1 ti,.. li ...^.luus, andcxpcnences 

!rom the student body as 

•■. • --••■s -•! the rcsiHirces that make 

: learning, and grow mg experience 

iii-t hief 



Harbinger Faculty Award 



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Aki Bihk. laniK il«eMa. Fl^lli* lamm, 

Tuny Chiapciu, Na fni n n OAn, 

Steve Hiil. Mad«Una UnlMi, 

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wmtfm mimmtAy tfuMW «( tfw mlliipi, a 
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r^umdiv an4 a^'f li Kufrjwi u. n^kteg Aliictwnli 
lfc« MlMtf flMMt V ■tgnMl. 

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"Ever) body reads 
the Harbinger. Thcv 
don't like it, but they 
read it." 

"Look at the 

mistake in this ad. Oh, 
weH. I'll give them a 
discount." 

"I love looking at 
baby geese... I can see 
the dinosaurs in 

them." 



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August 3 ll***'' 



The Harbinger 



Focus on faculty 



Welcome 

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! Petty : Solo 



^tjff Wrtirr 



Tom Ptii*. *'"' •"■''' 

!!ow Wilburj. k" 

jriJ Hr»rtbre«k»r, 

MAC fampbcll, has viwm- up 

w>lh his firvi f vci «'li> ilbum 

cnliUcJ lull MooB ft\tr 

The niakins »>' «>"'• ^''""' 
*«i»l pUnncJ fViiy »•"» 
I yane mei »* Mopl.ghi in 
l.wAngeIci T^t*ootlhcm 
^un.a wtiling M>ng» *><" 

The fust l'"*: w«^» *"•" 
enough lo make yon *»l w 
«ick around r« Hw «»• *"* *'* 
inctcdiWc album lovt i.i a 
iMt food »ho*» Peuy atfcmg 
(or • »««»"*' I'hantc al » 

; hii him di'ins i*"^ 
; hcarrtircjiuns 

. / Won! flflii i>"-" has 

• the lough guy. uke «» •»"" 
B anthem funmn [h'wn a 
Prtam has PcUy and D*" 
Shannon driving »lung -ilh 



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Vi rti'ir « '•* *■■ •" ' ' • 

iclh; *e aory o( I . 

sinter "ftH lutky ■ ■ ; 

yuppK- and t«* •««» '"• ■•" "^ I 
wjswiwth" J 

The m»i IH,. "-"^-i 

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% , i» ainl •* ■ J 

adermjlh of » 
rcUlKinship. ,..„v- 

fids hilp from ihf lau-, S"--"? 

O.bison. on background; 

viicals Harrison K-n<ls .i hand « 

on guitar in ' > ' • 

Down , • 

Fall Moon 1 1-> ' ; 

«lHiwt the commucd bnUura . 

singing/songwriting J^'l"" ■ • 

„( IVily Croda sh- ' « 

given lo his fell"* ^■•' ■'• ; 

even UwwRh this IS i.>TH-"l^' ; 

a Petty w**' v^'f-'^^ < 

Fall Mo«« »'»*«' '" 

«iR lO dear up any doubt yvw 

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CUSTOMER SERVICE 

\ Part Time Evening Positions 



a $6.00 Per Hour Starting Rate 
:roSKo9-ss,onPav increases 

# Paid HoWiays 

• Merchandise Discounts 

Appjytoday! can 459-2900 



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Shannon driving aUwg •iih " ^^^ ,^^, fvu,. He 

Oic aeieo «l«a«i"« ""l •;« '°P rTwnie if»d he sure ca« •««. 

down It u hi|^'0«»l hy * T^ CM i» • «'"«' '"«'"*' 
relcntkss attack at Campbell ^,^rtug concerned •mcr 




■vuKusi;-* i')«<j 



The Harbinger 



Entertainment 7 




Reviewing Summer 



lt» Sn.II NikII 
Malf VVtilir 



T'hi^ siiminiT H.^tK 



Sam^r ten 

H(>ni>. I Shrank Iht KiiK 



auvcntuK i( • 

mtd hack b>' 
kaux • •!/: 

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Iht' \b>s<. 

ondcrwaici cfuc ik^iiing » iih \iK rcwu- 1 i 
« (itsritled mickar submarine. Ourmj: iIk 



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Managing Kditor - ihis poMiKm is i.t iiu- >!.-i,ni mm.i i 

mdivuhnl \viih ;i Ntnni:; Inv-lish backpn.un.l. Diilics ttu'h..! • Miiin; 
storu->, .iNM-ninL- storu-s l.> editors, working with photo cJii.i ami 
help direct -i.itl linih'ii rchJto avaihihic Compui.r ovi'ituiu .■ 
helpful Coni.ui l.tn V.iu.jhn or Ttudy Hcrbst. 

Assistant Business Manager - ihis portion pays 

isrf cuniinivMon on sales The perteet pari tunc position lor a 
husme-s major SJiedule sour ovwi hourv I ill out an application and 
talk to Marc Baike tor details. 



Distribution Manager - ihis positions pa>s $15 per 

issue. Dui.es include l)eluer\ of paper on campus, mail priKCssing. 
and upkeep ot liivirihulion r.ukv I. ilk to Mat>. Uaike 



News Editor - in charge of all nevvs smries to he published, 
strong Hnglish skills required. You will be responsible for editing all 
stories and paste up of the news page(s). This position can earn you 
a tuition rebate and valuable experience. Sec Tan Vaughn or Trudy 
Herbst. 



397-3000 
EXTENSION 2460/2461 



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\umhrr tight 
(^hoNlhusUrii 2 

U,in Ri-ilman pulU luyctlKt iho seven 
i.iiT.m fftini 111*; lirsl tilm (Akroyd, 



fU4(-r4i4^ i xriKiiM;^ 



;!; la-.i. >ou »'ill imirr itun likoh Ium 

' :• ,1 ;..4n luil • • • 

\urtihfr \cieit 
Head P»*l's S<Kii' 

li:- ^^lflanCrlmal.. •> hi\ 

'■n. adJ a Iji(;.i s[HLiriiiii i-l 
I yiMi liavf Rithin Willums 
tn.Ki ji»)Aurlul rote U) ililc. John Kcai> 
Kcais IS a pocif) profosMtr at a 
v.onvomkWi.il s;hiHil *1" ■ ' ■ '' ■' •' "'' 
\ir> un^tMucnluHiji mc: 

\uniht'r \iIl 

rjrtnthrHid 

1 )iu\ Mr K»n Himard takes a lix* M 
ihtic ti Ik tjuiim of a laiiiily uiiil and how 
itK-y Jcjl »iih child raiMiig ll stars Sieve 
Martin. )ast>n Ri*ards and Rick Moranis. 
• • • lAJ 

.Sumhtr fhr 

Indian.i .Imu's jnd the Last 
< rosjdf 

•\lt.r Ih.- hciiihinc nl ItK- ■..•mnd 
inctalliiu'iil. Harrison loiJ rcuirns lo 
Imnh Ihc- trilo(!y with a bang. With the 
help ot Scan ("oiincry. lord pleases 
audiences »iih Ihc dashing 
implau^i^'ililics ot Jones ••• 1/2 

Sufihrr fnar 
Balman 

Bob Kaiw X Ikh.m.il Mi'iLinle loseN 
his blue lighl". I. ■ made (>( a 

bullet priHil all. Ins arth- 

ciK-my, The Joker i.kk Nuholsiw is the 
perlecl i"hoi«e lor the psychotic Joker, 
■" ' i. 1 Kealon as the caped 
. prol'iem IS *c ikmt set 

^;. . . 11 Rumor has it were in 

store li>r iwo more with Danny fVvito in 
liw Ihc Penquin. and Rohm Williams as 
ibeRiddla *■' 10 

Nttrnhfr three 

Pu Ihr Kichl Ihiag 

lirei tor Spike I ec tiikes U.S into 

,.r study of racism and 

oiMriiunijiion In Ihc swcllerinc summer 

heal ol the tronx. atlilmks and leniiK-rs fly 

in ihis rv.ilislk dramii •••• 

\umher two 
Lethal Wrapoa II 

Mel (iibson and I>.iniu (Uuver team 
up again a.s the dynamic duo ol the '80s to 
battle the crime world in this action 
comedy Ciibsiin is as cixky as ever as 
detective Riggs. You can't help but cheer 
hiro on and laugh all the way through this 
film linally. a se^uel ttul is as good if 
not better than the first. •*•* 

And now the number one choice 

of summer mimes 

Whca Harry met Sally.. 

Rub Reiner direcit thi.s romantic 
comedy documenting the twelve years of 
haired. Iriendship and love ol Meg Ryan 
and Billy CrysUl.Ryan and Crystal show 
us Mtuauons which could have happened 
in our own relationships, in a very 
realistic way EnuMions run wild in this 
Summer hit •••• 

Well there they arc as 1 saw them, 
good to better lo best All in all a summer 
to icmemher on the silver screen. 

As the cnucs say on TV., " Umd 
rK>t limc, save me the aisle seal." Better 
yet. save me a scat towards the front, in 
the middte (I usually (orgei roy glas«t.). 



8 IntcriainDeni 



The Harbinger 



AuKusi3i i<9(t<) 



Regency reigns in performance 



By MiHtrliilf Ar4ium 

Staff Writer 

On f'ritti>, ScpicmKi '- 
RtgrMry. It five nun j^\tp(H'! 
gmup fnim Qjiumorc. will i 
perfcinninit M ntum m Biuldmt: \ 
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Mastication Madness 



Rv rrih W»rwr 
Staff Writer 



Enter BuilJing J on 
Friday. Scptimhci Kih. loiih 
cauiHHi Ikxtm and fim me 
past the ihreslioM. 

Hi'iTiir jnd fun" (>n Sipi 
Klh. iht' ['rojtrjm BoaiJ i* 



iclatcd mtivicA 

TTic movies K'lnc \h«i^n 
are Jawv 11 '■ -;!, iukl 

Lilili? Shup . , 

AdmiSMun i' >1 lor 
)tudcnt«. ^; fiw ihr puhlii jnd 
half ol( »uh a^an nl id'.: ' . ; 



< .iri.tiiK' tUbkli. ruvnilvi .'t 


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ihv pfnfnMi board cxpUm-. 


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There w ixher fun iim Ai 


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^ By Frill Wur«r 
. SUff Wrilrr 

■ mg jnoihi-r 
*^ ' .•' offiic. ! 1. 

' .1 vk'wn ihc hjIN 

':i ■ Mul' (can*. J t "1^ 

' W' tn' (kv wcuini! ilinv. Mjik Ijicd Aviaicnr««>h«K> 

# Whfii ric ['.l-^.■•, rv' ,- rvinniR^ nisiUiemptaiaticant tnaihoughifulmanm-r 

fi Thiv guy IS >.crn>u^K liM 

* He s protsiMy liko nuKi of ihie new people here, toil and ctmlmat and maybe a Ituk ^~ 

•*-) iiMMDidalcd. And il hcl^ mn careful. pt»v5iMc prey tot the bnicd. 2 

^^ I can inuitinc help mi- thiv pin'i ft-llim Muili-ni lvi.ms«- Imhiiriil ~T* 

^ Building X • ,11 \i I'll .., I lin..* ... n ih,ii hall, ifinisrc 

a<y yclloi* Mj;n\. anil y.iull j!cl ii- 11 
£^ 'Cicc. thanlu, ' he ay«. 

rdwauhashedisiqi|icM«duik;i ittc h.ill j spt-ck andameniary. 
on AND WATCH (H T U M nil HOI I IV 1111 R (X»K '' 
TiK) late ' 

<!' 1 ' M>n iiir the todtuscd ncscr gel diicclidiK tonn moicoiie moie tost. or hored, thm -^ 

' .1 i;.a , :«)! be a iftcn hv culture, hut ii> certainly a qae". '-f -tzt -'■-•:•-, G^xwi htck. 



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Feelings of The The 



Str\e HiU 
ff Writer 



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The The Mind Biiinb 

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A(!fr K-ing a niciLls-i .■! 

I. i.ij, Is tollowcd by a 

■ n 4 AD ai a 

..I Tlie 

rnuNical 



SlMll 



Ml 



nine vain, 
r Infrrtrd 



Ix'al «iunit that inaik* up much 
o( The Ihcs tirM album. He 
*a^ ■larling to write wnj;\ 
■*iih lun nwrc ctmnional an,1 
■ impact. Tlic li.' 
vico Inrrrled- 1 la 



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iM.irrK-.i Ji'hnvipti \ 
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t-s^-^^rar^^^wot 



: and a iw--- 
Man (iimcJ 
atu-t liaving The Smitht. 
.ifu! ''nMhi-r Johnstin jiul Mart 
Mind Bomb, the nc» 
. The riie 
Mind Bomb lurihcrs 
Johnson s bclicK in the areas 
of love, politics, and reliijion. 
In Ijci. he itcts duwnrtt:hl 

a^iifcsvivc in his rinri ssi.ms 

GcxI IS evil' Cii' d 

IS the fiwcc th.li ; is! 

(iixl IV iH-auiy' liiKl IS truth' 
CiiHl IS the lane thai is 
wjl.tmii: over you!" Mngs 
Ji.hii-i>ri in The Violence ol 
In.Hi 1 ]^lv KeiurJs sIjL|)peJ a 



Do You Want VISA « Mattf rCard 
Cr*dit Cardt7 




IjK-I rea>lin(; explicit Kn. , 

on the cover of Mind Bomb 
Ptrtiaps they should have made 
a lahcl that read Warninj!- 

Arlisl gul IVelings espus^e.l in 
lyrits 

Appealing on thi> album 
arc several of the most 
powerful .songs of the year. 
Ihe best tracks arc flood 
I. ..... >. ... J :indflev(i«d 

.1 and laM 

i.k . .1 tuiokeiHts lo 

intain ihc novellas nvithin. 
i rifonunately. the one weak 
; ■ : n the album (the short 
.. luivcllas. if you Willi IS 
he song I hr Bran en I 
■ fncratioH. which vias n-tejsed 



arc James Eller on bass and 

David Palmer on drums, 

Among oilier jpfx-jring on ihc 

album IV Sinead O Connor 

! -Aith ji>tmsi)n on 

Kuin ilnfecird 

k aUiit ..1 ilif song Sk'» I rum !,• 

DiiHu with Ncnch Chens 

mcmgadueli. 

It the malenal on Mind 
II. .mh iliksni alleil you. Uien 
s arc you arc not 
'i. to the lyrics. John>ion 
is trying to provoke some kind 
of reaction from listeners Thi« 
album IS worth lisirnmg to 
over and over, even, ime will 
have their own personal 
mtciprcialion of the lyncs. and 
It will anger some, depress 
others, and hurt even more. 
Mind Biimb » just what the 
litic says an explosive 
presence m the mmd of the 
listener If you want niindtc<is 
Hull music to ficaj, not music 
u> linlen lo, this album is 
ccriainlv not lor you Rating 

A GARSCAU . !■,.<«.■ tennis 

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August 3 I !''»'> 



The llarhinKcr 



What« llappeniriK 



What's Happening.. 



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Meet Darlene Ivarson News Briefs. 



ty MklMrl Wwkinricf 
H«fy«iii«t F.d>t»r 

'I «aM everyone n know ny 
and come ^i htve <» the mdeni a 
office I and tell me thev optniom. 
and compUinLs 1 mean, thus my joJ>- 
10 gel ihcir opinionit m^ios* lu >l>c 
school I fi-ally try UKt help" Sun 
Dorlcnc Ivarnon. 19. and Hj«p>i > 
Siudenl TruMcc. 

Last April, Ivwvm was ckcicd K> 
die Soidrm Trustee pntiium. As tniMe. 
IvmoB takes an 3iii>c role at Khuoi 
board meetinjts voicmi! jiudenl 
apiaiims One of ivarson^ giult u lo 
lake incaMiies concenung liw i«%:yi.iiat; 
of paper art il— iaiaii » ttupci. 

She rmds hei«g iniMm elialHWiiig. 
hard, and Ncty nerve raL'kmg. Sllc does 
not itimpUin. ihough. ItecattX sNe 
enjo>s hclrmg the MvdesM make a 
diffetcnu:. 

Ivarson doeon'i plan lo porMie 
potilKS as a career, hui dtx'v admii thai 
; IS a poMibilily. She i- ' ' 

rking towards a decree ■•:■ 

In her spare umc K arson it a hi); 
moviegoer and is attempting hikc 
riduig She alsii shops lor fua and helps 
m student aciivitics. She loelx it is 
i w|io nam lo keep acnve. 




' ixisKin levetnijdc was 
ihea vinehcfe. l»a'-niaii-iKl 

to ^, . . ! here. I ihinV I •> !'' 

have N-cn ummidaied Mmr a 
l^coplc tompUin ital thwes i 
(to, »wt ho* do ihey kno* il it'-^ 
(tct involved'' Y«>« have u> nul 



iw c^vn loiw, I 



need to kmm ihjt Ini htri 
She tays. "1 warn lo help 



Caberet Is Coming! 



By MSrbafl Waskicwki 
'Happening F.diior 



Auduioiis lor taberrl *ilt bcgui oo 

ilnfvt.iN . S*pU'nitx.r H at 7 P.M. and 

- September 16 at I I' M '" 

,)nowmg the atiditions «ill be 

the i.all hacks m Sunday. Sepieiiihcr 17 at 

I PM mJUV 



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Audiiions tttll be open lo 
and the puWic They will email itB|:»Bg. 
dancaig. and reading. Marv ' ' ''>^ 

(toBCfOf of the play, suggests 
prepare a song (preferably Irmr ihi- 
musical) that will show voial 
apprcculton. dress cumlorubly, and he 
pRparcd. 



TiMi maMcid aecdt iMrx womett kadi, 
eiglil women choras memhcR. three male 

li";ii|v ;uiil ffi-^hl mjW Ltxi(u« n 
AU" ii.vi-kil l>i( ih." h:u lk>t.if.'c ,11. 
(>.■ ■ ■' , 0.ipu*\ »ii inc 

s in liie leterve 

Wii. II !■. Hi. -" -"'Jtcslcd, 

f'ahercl <ring llw- 

cbaoiu. tunc . i . : -.i~ ihi- 

icene fiw ihc ik^iru. 
and values tjuseJ t 

wfluence Along watt lU uiuih. anil lU 
Ofiginai plot. C'aktrrl has beomc one ol 
Amcrkas most pofMlar mil 

Willis has some ad- 
iryinj; nut; 'Th 
hclKM»,*is to prev. 

ihal *ill he rememK,... .:.. .: . 

and the way to do ihai is i.> U- piipjicJ 



priif Airarfaeii W aikikaai 

One day FRIT -i'- t,>r all 
faculty . Maft. an.l I >I'"s 

ptetenuv) "■■ ''''■■ "■ '-'*• 

ttynaini. ''■'■■ 

nature oi i ■ , .il 

use, ttmijuum ol w^. disease |tri>gte«»>n, 
signs of sympioms. and family illness. 
(ielpoig »s 1-nablmg; Intcrvciiluwi, N>ih 
formal and inlofiiial; Trcalmeni 3ii>1 
Recovery; film "The Insisihlc 1 uu 
Personal Perspectives ol K>->,.ivn 
' ■ ',• dialogue viiih i«o ir, .vitiiv 
i.:c slud»,"nu 
.;. .crvations nui.i •■, rii.i,K- m 
advance Worksh. .i-scntly 

scheduled for Septcn^ .nhct 1 5. 

(X^ll^ef a». arulN.ivnivlvt 14 



UjUMU — LsdJxju — it uUt HJ 

Thi> Harper Collcfie Siuitcni 
will bv hjvin^ an 

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inc atUiK-ms Amna^v ua 

of voUintcer fui itic 

college Tlicy assist m recri, ^ . — ;.iiui 

to llariKt. aid ui New Student Oricntatian. 
give campus liiurs. and piiriKipalc in a 
sarn'iN • ,sm.si>cedc-ve«s- 

lli. Miutrni Ambassadufs 

are mvoKcJ m (»»^ voluMaer 

cupcjicnce that wiU i personal 

Rwune m college .i 
leadanliiii imefpersi. ■' 
-~~^ ■ ■ " ffvr mct iiiiK m * i'M'(ti 

who are interested in 

;,„ ^ , .^ludenl Anil)asi.adi)r Jiould be 

atite ID vDluMceT irtKHH one hour per sireek 
to selected acliviUe'<. Tn Uani miic abcMil 
the Harper r<>lli(!i - 
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AAiiiui BidxM — ±1 UjUMLI 

The Program Board will ptcscM to 
liirpa Colfcge guitarist Adrian Belew on 
<Vta*cr 7 at K p m. in J I4t 

Adrian Belew is known for his 
piotiovT work on the guitar and has played 
* iiti .ivoral bands, among ll»wc are King 
( rinisna ami Talking Heads. 

< >pining liw Adrun Bclcw is Howard 
I cvy. a nauonally recocni/cJ harmonica 
and piano virtuoso. 

Tickets go on sale and Svpii-mber I 
and will he available through 1 Kketnufler 
at SIO «) for students, and $12 50 for the 
pubhc. 



■ fraffgiw Bnri 

Pnsgiwa Bowd IS a SUKknt Activiues 

urganii'^tiaa run by a group of studemx 

« rth ihc help of Advisor Mkhacl Nejman. 

Wi- luvc eight csccutivc members: 

lis, Iilms, AlliriMHin .Ailivitics, 

a Events. Planning & Research, 

I utnii Relations. Administrative 

As.sistant and PicsideM, 

The MiMkau alont; with a lot «i input 
from Miciiael plan all ol Uk enurtaunncm 
on the Harper campia. 

Every year, there ar« at least two 
majiw concerts, many aftcrwxm acuvitics. 
and special events such as comedians, 
IlMuiis and funlilms 

Anv siu.k*ni mierested in having a 
i-ood limc and Laming how u> plan and 
run cnlrtlainmcnl events is wcUiimc to 
|4iin us. 

Our iiniimtis aiv Momlay at 1 1*1 
p m 1 

Jran Raihil lull 
Xdiuinislrativr \ssistanl 




Mmi/ some extra cash flow ? 

Chect out this weeks Classifieds. 




Schoh 
Club N 
Events 
Geoeral info. 



all this, in 

Upcoming 



^Y:*«t lOfval 



POSTIONS flURILRBLE 



Part-ti*» «al«« potiticr^s ar* nom b«ing 
f I 1 1 •<! Uork 15-20 hour$/u»k ar^ *at<* ol 
l»a«t $150 - $200/«k guerar^t••el flw^fog* 
pvageh«ck 1 1 $209 63 



« Paid Tramirg 
» Bo^^us/ll^e•r^tlu•^ 



• Paid riiUag* 

« liMd r*l labU 

Varispoi'tatlon 

« Scn«dul*s f«i* Cell«9< Studtnti 

IF INTERESTED IN fllNinun UHCE I 3, CflU. 

Tw^k-si I Mi II.-..-S 670-2685. 9-2 n-F 
Tony nUnO 870-2634. »syt.n« 



Looking for a job? 

See t)uB weeks claxtifieds 




10 Whai» Hippening 



The Harbinger 



.\uKu$t3l l''8'i 



You've got PALS 



Personals 



lljpptning Fdilur 



An- \.>u K\lingalmlC(k>»n' llj- the 
world goi you Irustratcd' I">i> )>hi nnJ 
Kmeone to laJk to. but juM lu»<r no one 
lO fo lo. Well, dun I li-l ihji set >i«u 
<lown. yuu vc jux PAl S' 

PALS. Peer Adviv,«s I ivunmg lo 
Sttiitenu. n a new ojganiaiion spoo-ui ;! 
by DAWN. Drug AUohul Wdlru - 
Nelwori It is vet up ti> help *ludeni< mi 
anyone willing with ihoir pn»Wem. No 
matter what the lubjctl nt ilii ; " ~ 
the advi«>r\ iiiT there. 

PALS !•> made up "i .,...,w.; 
volunteert who havi been trained lo sliare 
and li>tcn to peer problems They're 
trained to be. well, pals Mos. itudenis 
who join find the cxpericnic tnosi 
rewarding We vc met people, learned 
how to tilk. hul roovt inipttrtani, we've 
learned about fccUngs We really tan 
help." says Jean Tutt. Mudeni advisor 

The slutlcnu are trained to deal with 
many ptoblcm% rant:inK from larnil) 
mailers to potir -,iudy hibiis They tan 
also give referrals to those who thoosc lo 
puiiue help oui»ide of the student 
■dvitiors All meetings with the advtaon 
xc tompletcly tonfidentul and ate devoted 
lleving si/css and lensHtn. 
To find ihe peer aJusors. all one has 
lo do is look for the umbrella. It kwks 
like a hot dog sund. bul us not. it's 
PALS. Peer advisor, Dean Morgan. telK 
liut he IS "afraid no one will lake 




PAIS m order from left lo right Jean Ttrtt. Ahsa Chmlund Jim Hurst. Susan 
Priischer Dean Morgan Rhonna Meflcr. Doofl Sirtaguf , Sue Adamson. and Mary 
Hookk Not piclured are Donna Chang, Theresa Csoka. Juhanne Dwyer. Bonna 
English Lisa Jean Forth. Ctinsime Habch Deareie Heltef, and Brad Underwood 



advantage of uv Betauw •.imiumimi-. 
people )U>.l need someone to talk u> 
Thirres been limes in mv lile when Iv- 
fK'Ciied kmieiine " 



II anyone is mierrsu-d in becoming a 
peer j.iviv<.r. tonla^l W7 \()i)li,esi 2h2t, 

i.u ,ni,,fnijiu'n !ii»i 1. iit.iul>.T *lien 
: .1 ituml, \' 



Ring in the new semester with 
the handbell choir 



Four classes fw ih.- >' ■ 
HandbeU Okm wi" t" 
Rmgenof varied .xiv • 
choote from tl.. 
MtviiKal,in^tthi!.'' 



-\,, -A ill meet .m (uevtiv'- 

whith bcsaii Au(;u~l -'."' and cooiinoc* 
through Ot'tober 17 

Uw a.Ui!t ci'iiieil aioii niu- ■ l-'i 



HMMWHMMMHMMMMM'mi 



' 1 .illei-f «.,-.lil.iiL-, chann lu!i. Uiin> aliil "'itKi 

niK t. iMTii 



, I I I,,, .h llanilfHU Kingers rc-oivai 



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Make Someone Healthy. 
Give Blood! 



Thanx to m» WHCM guys who 

fK'iped ooi *ith ins weeks pes 
Bingerites 

Dean, 

.ve sow the boots at Batman Dc 
we get to see the t'gf'ts at Ecit Me 
Night ■' 

Hummm 

Brad. 

If 5 casuoi 

HaicH. 

Cant wort to see you ogoir> i rn 
you' Love, 
Scruffy Lookihg 

Gossip Flash! 

M .:e N has (or will tvjve) block 

sheets 

Hummm 

The search for sheets goes on 

H«y guys. 

How obout we con ttMs or« 'The 

Piog'am Board Issue'? 

HuTimm 

Fooa for thought 

1h« W»a» IS on a roll (For on of you 
that know, rxsw s this for a pun?) 

How do we know about people s 

sheets'' 

isn t ffvat personal? 

Hummm 

the gossip goes on 



What do these pcofilie have In coupon? 

- a pollc««u«n with a gunahot wound 

- a neuborn baby 

- a young leukrmla pat tent 

- a new aoClMrr 

- an auto aeetderit victla 

The cowaon dmcinator for ^ ' * these Is that th«jlr live* have J»«n 
saved by blood donatlonii. olunteor blood donor> -..vt live* 

dally. Eacfi of us can Join i..., ,.ioup. Give at Harper'* tux! BXood 
Drive ur. Wednesday, Sept«ri>tr 6, 1989 fro« 8:30 ».m. to 3:30 p.n. m 
A242. Frii ruf re»h»«nt» aiv provided. 

Healthy donor» maintain the coosUtent supply of bJiwxl to patients In 
lused of transfusions tn the 28 hospitals In our areii. vuur 

blood on Wednesday, Septeaiier 6. 



Too bod. huh'> 

Happy 21 St. Tori) 

Well It IS about time' You v© oeen 
able to card me tor too long now 

without being able to participate m 



Am I a gornaW 

Lisa 

Tori, 

'■<oc«y 2 1 St . if you (kx\i make it to 
Ihuisday s staff meetir^g, wni it tie 
a hangover'' 

Allison 

Laufo. Pot. Sue. 

You con t run a way from your 
Harbinger 

Good luck Ot SCtVX)IH!M! 

J«m 

Lost Spleen 

Anyone tirvdmg o lost spleen 
please contoct Tom 



MMHMRMVMHmMMMMM 



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Sports 
news that 
makes a 
ditference 




The 
Haurbinger 

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AuKun ^1 lORq 



The HarhmRcr 



Returners to pace conference. 



Sports I 1 



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'■ •> Valley 


>d cim;ii, l^k•n i.'i 


ilic Tri'ian-, , 


, a giicid team 




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have players i;r3tlu<ii. 







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Coach to lead 
intramurais 



til (i K ntn;;h.im 




itc wrcilinj;. baseball, iciims. 
I|j|i! tooibalt. ttcc throw 
viMitcslN :- ■ ' ■ 
timnianc 

hiKkcy. M. I . ,1 , 

"I wan; lo ir> u, ,.:.,:,.., 
pariitipalion. Kasincr 
..■inlinucd. 'In a -. I. n>l iliis 
'• »c »hiiu' ' 
l'l<: (Mil hcfi' 

"•' li" iii»iiuiaj:c 

Tih- inii and lake 

pin hi' adJid Inuainural is a 

jinid v,dy in otlcr kiii\ an 

■■"■' -'■■'!ity 111 play icam 

- fihoiii ihi' \cf!i)us 

, _ .>n II i!k- liK M .Ml 
It, II N out Ihi-ii 

Kavinfi ji; ' 
iKMh lr> U) r^j^h lln' 
li- liiij iiul what 

u\U'd in and at *liat imu ^ 

Wr ptan im using ilu' 

"' ■ ill providing; 

ml in the 'M 

! Ciclch -Wc 

'^urrs and luipe 

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n I'l u> jiiil jn""»r»i"'it;. il'Hs Kasuicr led 



pari iiiiK- 



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iiufCjIU'I. Kuv\ 

tiif'.'.l K:iMn-r 



in lllinnis 
.Od iiiuffsl 



^LASSIFIE 



Kj-in.( I \i' rct-n aWc to 
s.p.ifalc each one from each 

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CLASSIFIED AD RATES & INFO 

Stuaenf personais up to (.ve 
lines are free Student non- 
commefCioi ctassitieds ore Si 00 
fof fou' lines. aJd-tional lines 25 
Commercial ciosirfieds are S4 50 
for the first fou lines of ponf and 55 
eoch additional 

Deadline for ciossifseas ana 
r- --■■, 1$ noon Tn.jrsaav An 
• be prepaid erther By 
^ritfi,!, visa or Mastercord 

The Haroinger will not be 
responsipie for fypogrophicai 
errors mode on oos token Over tne 
phone 

For rotes and informotion 
contact Marc Baihe at the 
Harbinger Office. 397-3000. 
extension 2460 



Help Wanted. 

FBAMER 

To worit in small Bd"®'V 
Personable, creative with bosic 
moth skills Eiiperience preffered 
but win tram Bomngton, 381-6878. 
or>d Idle Zurich. 438-6878 



Help Wanted. Help Wanted. For Sale 



Earn ex fro mor^y m your spare 
time Counter tieip ond delivery 
driver wonted from 1 1 om to i 30 
pm If inferesfea coii Dove » 882 
8838. or stop m and apply The He/ 
Dog Place 1045 N Roseiie sa 
(Hoftmon PiGjo) • Help also 
needi-d -iot Dog Pioco 

west. 7- ' Qa {Hoftmon 

Viiioge no. , near new Dominick'i) 
col 490- !440. ask for Bruce or Jim 



! ^ : lifTie soles positions. 
Mallard* Mens doming store m 

Woodfield moll. flex/" 
ofternoon/evos Hourly 

commission ^'M •— Tom en Don 



lorn $$$ NOw hiring, Dominos 

PiHO Safe drivers must bo JS* yrs 
flexible hours Apply at 245 
Coiefax Poiotine 705-8404 



Help Wonted. Part-time 

days Flexible n.s 20-26 hirs./wk 
Subway Sandwich arvd Sotod 
Arlington Heights and Poiatme 
lOCOtions Good storting solory 
Cos Sue a 540-5915 

ATTENTION: Earn money 
reading pocks' S32.000/veor 
•ncome potential Detoils (t)602- 
838-8885 Ext BK 7758 

GOVHNMtNT JOt$ S 16 040 

',230/yr Nowl>irtr>g ColUOaOS- 
00/ 6000 Ext R 1053 for Current 
federal list 



Ohore area conr«paity has 

openings tn shipping, 'ecpiving 

Full and part-time evem.ngs with 

or»e weekend day required 

■ •:• hours/doys Call Todc 

;.:m 593-2139 

ATTENTION HIRING 

Government lObs. your 
oreo ST7AS0 S69.485 Call i 6C2 
838-8885 Ext R-7758 

Exc*n«nl bKOme for home 
OSsembly work from fiorol 
orrongements to electronics Coti 
(1)-504-646-1700Dept P3796 



EARN MONEY Reading 

booksi S30,000/yf income 
potential Detoiis (1)805-687-6000 

Ext V-)053 



GOVERNMENT JOBS! Now 

hiring m your area both skuieO and 
unskilled For o list of jobs and 
oppticdtion coll 1-(6I5) 383-2627 
Ext P 438 



Government seized 

vehicles from Si 00 Fords. 
fviercedes Corvettes Chevys 
Surplus Buyers Guide (I) 805-687- 

6000 Ext, S- 1063 



80 vw Robbtt 2-dr. red black 
int iioov "I good shape Runs well 
78.000 miles/ best, Coii 8S2-7427 

1977 CuttoM Supreme 

Asking S375 but very negotiable. 
Must Must sell Coll Louro O 934- 
0469 



AHENTION - GovernmenI 

homes from si (U-repair) 
Delinquent tax property 
Repossessions Call 1-602-838-8885 

Ext GH-7758 



Violin 1/4 size 

Gioesei model V1502E. excellent 
tone ond condition - poid S450, 
riew • Best offer, con 438-8389 



For Sale 



Services 



Government Homes from 
SI (U repo.n De.i.'.u^ent to* 
property Repossessions Can 805- 
687-6000 Ext GH-1063 



FAST, ACCURATE TVPING 

Reports, term papers, etc 
S3 SO/poge Cob 215-8869 



1 2 Sporit 



The Harbinger 



August 3 1 1 919 



Coach seeks team of '80's title 

Football team to begin season against University of DuBuque Saturday 



By r.ric Bincha* 
Spurt<> i (trior 



In the \.uional hmthjil 1 <.ifm\ ihc 
San FnuKiito AVa\ have Nxn . ill.il ihc 
learn u( Ihc MVv. ihiii u iitumi 

In Ihc Norlh Conlral 
Coilege Confctcncc (^MC|, Har|x-» iccriiv 
lokc destined 10 hotd iIk nme UUe. 

Winner erf fout ifgional and ti« 
nwicKacr inks in jtUiium lo not li»ia( 
loan ^Imoi^ LMnuTuiniiv t.ilttUN' in (wn 

ain-., 

''n (.luHik. 
.iighl Ni»l 
ctimiiuic jny Jimli 

Wc vkunt lo he ihe team ol th. 
uid EtuMk. wlio came lo ll.i' 
iificr a three iliM at Fcn« k k 
at an as\i<!lant and a imc 
Norih Kiik C.-tlit,'.- .»•, r 

ctHifJin.ii, ir n, TL- . .:.„: ^ 

.Ulalm 
sine in 
(AUhiiiiu 

The Ijlk-t tiHilil V Ihi' r. ,i' ( h.ilfc-niT 
for (be I law it 
College Alhlci 

takc« only die Inp i»u wjms ir.mi ii<t 
fuul raiikinp lot Ibc Coca Cola vpcuMiKd 
naiKwi .1 i.ii.' i- imc. 

ins wc have lo <.iay 
umli . ,,iL vikI 

A tisk 111 
perennial Mkhi j 

Rapids. Jolict. C\iUct;c ol Uuragc. 
Illinon Valley. Ttium and Augusiana. The 
OK advaiMage m ihc llavkk^ Hih>-iluh- Ihis 
•CMRNI H UUU Ihcy Ul- J>'lH'i niD, IV 
and Trilim at htv • 

K'UlliWIlKi) 1: ... !- 

im. "Wc had a ur; 

• loMnp at the h.i' : 



in II 




PfMtfo try Norm«n Cohan 

Ins ha«m< conduct a non-contad ptaclK* Aug H in prapariMin tor mwr Sapl 2 noma 
opanar 







Sched 


ule 




Date 


Day 


Opponent 


Location 


Time 


, Sopt 2 


Sat 


U ot Dut>uque 


Mac 


1 :00pm 


9 


Sat 


Grand Rapids 




1 :30pm 


16 


Sat 


Joliet 


HOC 


1 :00pm 


23 


Sat 


Rock Valley 


Rockford 


1 OOpm 


1 30 


Sat 


OCD 


HCIUE 


1:00pm 


Oct. 7 


Sat. 


Illinois Valley 


HdwE 


1 :00pm 


14 


Sat. 


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Palos HiHs 


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Man. 


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Triton 


HCME 


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Coach: John ESasik 







all iclali- 




it tell »hji I'.i •■> f- 


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.« inniinj! KikV un 




RciumiT* liw llarivr will int ludc from v! 




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Siradnuin. 

' >ui run delcnic will tie the arti ' 

i-as«n,' >aid t-Iliasik "I'lic f. 

-i- Im mu i«) vurc aKiui nehi ni>*. 

'ilcn\ivcly Ihc l<a»k.s uill be led by 

■ " '■ an KB Jamci 

*ay arc second 

1.1 ,. ,^^ in , and Brian Canoy. 

iimrc-i arc Juan Taylor. Mike 

Urad Jones 

•Ve have some speed oncnsivdy," 

!' i^'l. "Our receiving corp* is a 

hvi there i not muih depth. 

■. ■. ad- fCluminc (i4im laiu 

' . nc* line. 

>n mark is ai ttie 

•II. tic added "I vc goi 

..r-. .S)<Klin. Jerry Chancy 

ail J Dave MaUin. all irying for the spiiL 

I m ju\l waitinp for one iif ihcm to step 

livuard and lake ctiritrnj 

Special lcain<> will N 
Hill, T>- ■ " :-■ - poMtiiMi iijwii IX.- .. 
rcadil- lirce player* vie Iih 

spot. 

"Speci.i ],u'ks 111 be 



filling all III the p»siiiuns wim i he a 
prohtcm, as the Hawkt have been 
(ottunatc to avoid injuries and 
inclipihilitv 

' .K.k has been the 

riTjcll (|X)sMble 

I IumK >ajd As far as 

a louplc of guys woni he 

!■■■•• ■ M liiini; unusual.' 

Har|icr will open its ^^cavun ag.ii.. i 

II, ,• I n, >,•,,.., .,1 li.I^ c .... 



<ng to lake a while for our 

' s:ct •.CI," l;.lia<^ik continued. 

Ihc oilcn.NC won't operate al peak until 

Ihi- third or tounh game Our dcf^-n^c * ill 

' [' us in Uic lirsi , 

.crall. F.lijMk sayi ihai the icani 

IS hig ph)Mcally. but Ibc icain s 

■ ilily arc unproved. M^ybe thrs 

• Hdv' can run away with a 



N4C to see numerous returners 

Joliet, Rock Valley led by new coaches; Harper still top choice in conference 



By Kric RfaiilUn 
Spurts Idiliir 



Hail" 

WlsCl. Ullv 



1>.K| 1,. 

bowl 



appearance will W iiii.-.l uuh 

lni(holMtatk;s this s^.ir 

The Ha*ks leading 

compctiiors are full ol reluming 

maners This, and is Harjvr Head 

Coach John fUiasik said. 

'cveryhodv will K' ............. (or 

us." 

Thi.t Is a I..U1. iui- .1 the 
iih Central Conimuntly 

', . :i.'\V t^t.nli'f.n. i- \ H'\ 

retur 
ihf . 

< iillcuc of 

IK-.i.l 

Ma.IV.,: .ill .. I ;•.:!:, : 

pl.lM,{s ll Lll ^! .11 

from oticiistr and d..l.'ii~i 

Tim Mitvlicll wi 
fhorc up tK' sn.ond.1 
Ch.ip.irr3ls. while i 
aiul 



I) u rase 

Cojih 



stol 



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help picie 



Inc. til. r 



I )n olfciKc. C Randy * i 
-111 be hiking to Can MilJcr i.i 
Ihc second straight year. Miller 



<•■■<- l,>f UK I .i! 

: ,' w-.i,i ihcollcnM.' 

-m stay healths v. 

l.n Ihe in..: 
! ll will Is 
i;i « « r;R e 

Mail.>>iiij!j'l ..uJ he Ihinks 
any of live icanis could have a 
ilKM al Ihc conlcreiKe. with Jotic^t 
and Rotk \ " , .n 

i.om bcir, |. 

Frill. n 



.1 Im 1(1 
ileadt'iush I J 



gradii..; 

Yoaku». 

The Irot-ins still have ciirht 
('layers returning from last vcai s 

I. nil i.se iKi .1. 1, ti„ .111,1 ititcc on 



1 K Mjll 
^ill .iiKl i)(l .Anihiinv 



' 1..C V\ ttkllls i 

.e alias k 



sve ve t'.i I 
schedule.' said > 



vs Ji .1 1 
leUlIled. '■ 
•l' "I CUfK-ll 

lilin.iis V.ill. > 

11, 
cume I 

the Apa* Ilk X au ia*iii.., .1 s^ ,1 ■< • 1 

wiih scscn rdurncts 

"Must impiirl;inl Is 
lo huvr plii.MTs 
eraduuti- in the Imo 
year limi- sp;in Ihey'rv 
supposed III linish in." 

••Joint head 

football coach Joseph 
Kettman 



1 avsellk ,■ 
Vei will be 1 
Mi't.in and ' 



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some 

ilKk 

1 UK 
I arr I'pis lor the 
he's girt Laniiv 



ui-l vs.uii 1.1 W .1 ] 

I Iv.' MiMalkMis,!.,: 
-siiiioii^h McMahon put 
Harper, Triuin and COD in tlic 
li-p Ihree sjmts in the eimlcreiKC. 



i 1 lie 



sure who *as 
» in It. 



Ml 



ilie Nil 
l.'ie e.I.e 
lalling Hal 

Si'l 



V* a-li I 

I,. 

\.ill.i 

.1 .siWi tinish in 
ilie Maurailcfs aie on 
li bie.iking liKisc. or 

Jim Sjinmons 

...ilh 

lliHHi 

. twip MVs 
ihtec in the 



,k jiU John \uuiii; will try i.i 
Ul down opinificni<i running 

■ ■ ; ■ i.i-h 

iliese 

.. i i ..(1,1 

lercntC) has been 



domiiijled hs ILuivi, (. (ID and 
I (Hon. said MV Head Coach 
Deiiiiis Wicr/al. T expect it lo 
remain the same 

"We're just going to be 
Mipetitive wiih oiher 
imunity colleges.' he added. 

lullCt 

i L.I.I I MJi Jiv Kedman hat 
ihe dillisuli ta.sk ol trying to step 
in and take over as one ol two 
first year coaches in the le:ii"n- 
He's got some reluming pcrs. 
to aid the uansiiion. though 

Providing the protection (w 
offense Mill be Lany Fisrmellis 
and Jim Quinn, Ballhandlcrs 
inelude IT. Kent Pellegrini. WR 
IXinenus Johnson and RB Bii.in 
Cohhs 

V\'e want to be able to 
iiiir.l Ihe line, on offense and 
aid Redman 

,1 lensivc line has just 

111 1 ouis Craig. 

• . ill he I.B Marcus 

(. aiiipbcll and Larry Sim,s and 

Chris Wiedcrman in the 

veoniLiry 

Sec Returners page II 



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September 7. 1989 



RRBinGEB 



William Rainey Harper College 




VOL. 24. NO 4 



Editoriar 



Construction 

• Is there anybody I tO beQin 
back there ? ■ ^ 



-Page 5 ■ ~ 



lit Mar, lljlkr 
-Slaiff Writrf 



Entartainm«nt 



• Feature: Films by 
; Almodouar 



-Page 7 




tiai 
mmpl. • 

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Observatory groundbreaking 



^ 




SUIT \Vfil«r 




Almodouar 






Faatures 



• Walkers raise 
funds for handi- 
capped 



-Page 3 




"ll BOK ..V, Ml liw IummIs of ihc 
ccmiracMrt.- («id AitiiitwM PtaleMt of 

' 'f Uic MI.OOO 

"' '■' iiwc Scplcintwf 

Ihe tirickii ai« 

that *Mc 



«■»■ line 

■ -- ' than Ihc 

lumrir Hi«h School m H.illn.in ( i ,i> . 

■•■!l alK) IKM8C S«3n|.v 

'ii <»|ui|inMM. 

Many of the muilkf tek«.opr, 
thai we ha« » iiic dqunmem no* me 



M«oto by Atttson Strau** 

in Murine. " Si|Mcia %aid. 

'The nice thing alyoul ihc 
observatory u ihw wc can put ihc 
cijuipmcni we have sioivtl scjmc»hcrc il 

will K- IKCalllc* 

* -ram eniillcd 

:ii,-1i-ni. IX any 

' ..w nc* 

' ,.nd a 

"' 

* ** '*' ■'"' iin. iniittijn^ aruj 

•«** i" - r and find out whcie 

ihr-ir'- ■ ■■ 

- b»Ki». whuii ij. A 
'li!. v»-iH pr... .,U- 
ciinunucil wi 
The sad- 
Sipicra mi. unui aii txu ^ 
fVruM* mcfciied m 



AlstH),. 
IL fed-. 



Race starts for Student Senate 



"■ Vlisj ( htnlund 
' "Mrf« Idititr 



Kawln 0'Cenn«ii 



Spofts 



• Golf to tee off 
again 




pagei2 I Barcodes help LRC efficiency 



< I'fldlUl* J •»!! pAUiV - 









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Harper recycles 



Harbinger 



September 7, 1 989 




Slightly off campus 



I'll ss Sir \ itc 

History Buffs 



Buff Buffs 



1 111 August. iKily 
Vs'iO ini-i<min;' 



Harp«f CoHaga is now (omiog th» iwcyding «»oft lo - 

*boif» are membors ot lh» Mdirt>!r>g« «»fl and Pioni J . 

htlpiaj by pumrg ,n ih.«r atummum cairi, Cww arc now hamci 

cottoctoO in th« Buikt^ng A l.oung» ** 



Barcodes 

OfganhMiKm ih.iri. ■ 

tjvh Ncn,Hiu 
join al Icjsi i».i 
ciMnmlik't-i suih .is A. , 
Stjfiilaril'. itr Culiijrjl \i:>. ,» 
woll jx ijru'u-. -ori.ii 
«iK»mniitu'. 



"Tlic Siu 
studcnls a chance i 
on anackut viui^ 

dcClMrt 



; ' '- Uk- Niii.ktitv. 

V">u » jn nuko a 
vi.* J iIilK'rcfK M. 

work »iih 
jtiori and an -iilvi 
ci ituRj^ii done, and c 

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Cruising For 
Students 



Who Says Poli 
Sci Doesn't Apply 
To Real Life? 



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More Examples 
Of How Science 
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Lives 



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Honing Fine 
Collegiate Minds 

I. A Muhiiian Slate 
I mversiiy radm sunon staged 
an "l.ndy S(Ki lixiiracc in 
nhieh \iuilcm.v JtcsmJ -inly in 

then ii:;i!> r\*(Mr lomjx'l^*'! i'U 
I . III. II In 

'.I. AciiLuliurc vtudcnLi 
Irom lovia Stale University 
i>in the Weed Bowl al the 

iiivi-rsily of Illinois, in which 
pjriicipants had tu identify 
»ei-Js. suggest the correct 
vhcmk.il lo kill them, and 
rn.i-M/o herbicide failure 
vM ill i II J t i-ruin ptTKxl of time. 
< -Siema Alpha tptlum 
I'li'ilKfs at the I'nuersiiy of 
(oiiiiaticut have dioiiiK'd plans 
lo try to get inio the (iiimoss 
II. kA uf Wor: ■ ■ •■ 

. oncocling 

milkshake In vMi.it ^ouKI r-^ 
an ufliiiious trend in ilie 
nation ' Collective 

Suhconsc lous. SAt members 
at nartiiioulh apparently hjj 
..oiiie up wiih the enact s.ir 
idea Both chapters gave i ; 
when Guincss editors awarded 
the record to a Bridgeport, 
'".'nn . radio station that 

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Features 3 



Walkers raise funds for 



handicapped 



B« (jniir ilrtoiin 
Surr Mriirr 




Pholo by John S»«*on 

'> .'-n CrConmi tftmcmCMMi last ifm'i km* and dcpla/s a 
i;tago Sun Tanm' aitict* 



Humanities department offers sign language courses 



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September 7, 1 989 



Health Corner 



Smoking in designated 
areas only 



Smiiking ami the uvc ttl s^niuKtnK 
nuucnals i« alliMwd only m itMinnMed 
atcas in varH>iM hutMingf Ati KmaMimg 

atris Witt hi' n^m siaajUngaeaii. SOMAtng 
u alt>o |>n>lii!Micd ihirMig aO i 



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The sad reality 
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Harbinger 



Editorial 5 



Letters to the editor 



An Open Letter to the Harper Community 



Q: Is There Anybody out There? 



111 mliirni all 
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( 4 m p u s u > il I- 
t-nvirtinnitnl I'nln 
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Sen.y 



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1 he Harhin^i-r v> cIcdiik'. Ici 
tcrs to the oliior .iiul n i^lic. to 
our cdiioi 

signed with a •>'>,. I jl sct-iirity 

number Signatiirei *i!l be w ith 

held ufKW reiiut-M All letters .irc 

I sub(cettocditing. Send letters u» 

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Faculty Award 



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Nanif "f I^Ji"lI> M'nil'.i 
< iiiir^r till' 

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the Writers, the DJs and the 



tie Harlnnsir m p.iM 
J,,... , , ,,, - ■■i'lierally been icnwd 

When I 'v. ,T in ■«. -Kh. 'K?^ 



:'ipie miMi 



[lathy problem it one ol seH 
txKly The answer lies m»t in 
it the tuket olVice. but in redefining the 
1 l.>r the lifst time as it is iiiMcid of how 



! Lkc a II 



(III lilU I M I hi 



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pic at Harper dklnt urc what went on. then they 
:\w. bill no one i-.ires. and in the history i f Harper. 
I . thjts the way It K. 

,ijiit of hi'jhcr edu^.i'.. 1 •■■ •• i'ell 
.1 accuse thee.!',, "t apathy 

,..,; ...,„ v.e shouldnt eiii , . eoinc to 

f.w. and gii. Ihcy ha\e neither the iiitve nor the 

1- li ■ sisti-r instiliilionof I' of I It's not. 



M 



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Overheard... 



"Dii >oii ii;ili/i' t»>-il 
soim piople Mirxive 
dvsptti- "iir politics?" 

"Opin the saciccl 
|f\t III paui- ««»» " 

"It lltKits like a 
happ> liUlf Ixiii'" 

"(ii\i- me a pen. l'*l 
fix i I . " 

"II. i« do >«»u li\ thf 
copy maihiiu- v\lun tlu 
little man is llashino.*" 



; a biinibh HimkI i>r 

.raw big nil : maWe big 

.1 tew and sustain atceplable losses. 

. iiriim itiu- icnns "inallc.is.ince" and 



■.Uc uord apaliiv usvi. J ■'' 

f.WHCMandtheSi e It 

cr is not one of the bi^ s^l.o»"K. its 

pr.K:i!ee field At H.irper. the spt>rts 

1 his newspaper 

. .vis, they exist to 

Ml SeiLile IS uiiporlanl doesn't 

or this paper or the radio station 

: loniorrow. it would make not one iota of 

III rx. ii>i ilif ril.iMTs. the writers, the fiJs 

■- tiic le.ims. 
senate lor those of us who wish 

■ uriii iSi.il r!.i\crs, writers. DJs 
: their 

lit btidy IS not apalhetit-U s just 

iiuisi remember that they are here 

^ are theirs and theirs ali'nc 

I'le aiul toward that end ili.v 

Vlcasutemciiis of siiceess should be made 

: d not on the b;tsis of respoMsc from fans. 

.1 ha\e 

.:ig llier.l and ihc 

;, n IS more like a 



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Atsoctcition 



6 Features 



Harbinger 



September?, 1989 



IiAIa IHE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD aIaA 



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September?. 1989 



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Features. 




12 Sports 



Hwfoinger 



September?, 1989 



Hawks win home opener 

Harper blanks Dubuque while scoring ei ght TDs 



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Staff \>rilfr 
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Harper CoUoco •> lix>lhali vjmw 
[> o(f lo iLH wmnmg *a>!. ajjain ihi\ 
■yCit The Hawks dcsiroycd iho 
I niv-ersily of Dubuque junior va«sii> 
s-i (1 m Harper s htimc opener Scpi. 2 
1 cd by James Ha> *oodj Iwo 
UHichdiiwns. the Hawkj. cruisal ID a 
i 1 potni lead in the first half. 

Neither icam threatened in Iheir 
first pinsessums. After rtchangmg 
punii, Dubikjue fiiund themvclvci an 
the 4<)-)atd tine of the HawkJ. The 
Spartans prmnpily fumbled the hall, 
with Harper rci.i>vcriiig on Dubut|ucs 
47-yard line. 

Two plays later found HaywiKHl 
vtanding in the end /oiie and \hc 
Hawk* oa lop 6-0. KKkcr Tyler Hill 
added hit fml of «» e»t« poinw lo 
help Harper lake a seven jwim ieai. 

Midway thnwigh the first c|iur«a. 
Harper tame up with us wcood 
turnover, an intcri.ciHu'n by Oip 
Holman. About three miiiul^-^ laut 
Harper quarterback lar* Sjodm hit 
Brad Jones for the Hawki jetiwd TD 

After rcceiviog a Spartans pum. 
Harper drove for tti Ihird »c<Me. a 
Sjodin-toHaywood pass play foe a 
iCU.1 fuM quarter lead 

Oubiiquc koughed up the ball 
jgjiii .Mriy in Ihc sctond qiuri.i 
Haipcr % 1 amont Calhoun tcancrcil. 



> iw S|vuuns ttarcalcDed liupcr s 
^hutoui in the xcOBd qflMtet whrra 
ihey drove deep into the Hawks 
krritory. Harper had given up five 
Mraight first downs, but was able lo 
ht^l Uibuque wi*clcv>. 

The Hawks Tom Fuhlcr 
Rcovcrcd Dubuque's third fumble ar.J 
nw ii HI for a touchdown Harper s 
Jerry Chaney toiik over at QB and 
proceeded u> hit Juan Taylor for a 4S 
ywd gam lo the Sfunan ?-yard line 

Brian Camiy ran it m Ifixn the - 
u> give Hapa a 4 1 -0 lead gouig mio 
the tockcr n»m. 

Both leanH opened the second 
half widHiul a serums threaf. It wasnt 
unul KB Marcus King took over and 
collected more than half of hi» ll> 
yards in driving the Hawks to their 
icvemh louchdown. 

Harper Coach John Elia-sik had 
substituted most of his staneni m ihe 
iourth quarter, but that didn't s«ip ihe 
Hawkt ttoB marching down to scotc 
one wow lime with a minuic Icli in 
tlEgame 

The victtiry i.s the firil md only 
win f(» Harper in the new leaMin. The 
H.i»k< *ill irawi ti: GnMHj Rap''^ 
Muhicin lo la<c (>lf •gailMI Cii.i".l 
Rjpiils ( oimnunity College. (Jamc 
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0»m S^ans chane» m vam Haywood tccfd on »»» ptlf 



After six years, golfers 
ready to tee off again 



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Schedule 



Haipar't John due: 



.iiowt mrouoh on a shot during a r»c»ni practica at PopUi CfMk Cou<*Y Club 



Day Opixinent 

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RRBinGER 



September 21, 1989 



William Rainey Harper Collega 



VOL 24, NO 6 




Race^n for Student Senate 



By Phillte SciiSMi 
Sufi Writer 



Question: 
What are 
your specific 
plans if 
elected to the 
Student 
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iita«n>li lKf« al M«ri>»r I a.«i a 



s#r*if« aa4 
)«ar aa<l I a> 
^eaatt 
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|m»l»lc I 

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:)^r %la^rlri 

>it,r*vclag Ilia 

a» I aravM Mia 

ikal dtaf pt-'-pla 



IXmald Uu^vy. 1 ilvr.J Ans 

■Tkcaa araaa I fcH ri^alrr aa««M 
l<a4«Tiklp •«■• a» ••a4»«pUI>l» IralTlr 
iUaalloa al halk caaip«> clU*. lack 
af «la4«al la%«l««mval aa^ 
parlltipallaa la tulln[.«|>"B«arf« 
attl>llit> aa< Ik* p»rci-|>lloa Ikal 
pmaaal nafilj "a <aaipa> it ia 
^ar•lloB. I oaal Ike vladrali la 
aadrr«laad wkal I aai tr»l«lt l» *"• 
Prokltmi Utalilltd aad «iilali«a> 
taipi«Nirnt«d. 



iL'UI Monday. SepHrmber 17 and Iik-^J.iv 

Seven cMtbdMct am for ci|ieii»p in »• »« divHKm of: l<xhn..„,v.^ 
M,^««lic »d Ffc,«:.l Scic«e-. B«««e» «l S«»» Sc««cc "--^ ^^-^^ ^""^ 
UMMSwviceK Libenrf Arts. Wiy^icil I .tacWion: AihUiUcs ml Recreawm. 



y^^^^XZCv Wm Aa.v..«* «d SiudcM S<««OI Adv.«,. TT- 

r Ac Sm*!« Senile ekclnms will he mnounced in ncxl we<«« 



I ItaMB SffViceK L«BM Art*. tTiy^KW r<««-«~". "-.~— — — — 

Harper reaches for students 



lt> Marc BiiHiv 
Mjff Wrilrr 



1X1' 



(vrsiMial 



AliilU'*',.^! 



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:\u.\ Um luiliim. 
,Tr in full tcwce » 



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an 



1-1 propi.. 



ui|uiuiiK m^ »h.n enrolling M Han^r. 
They vkill need lo have amipktcil ti>ur 
> .'- ol hngliNh. ihfcc yejr!. of MKial 
ihrce years o( niaili. three years of 
i- and l»(> years of a language. 
lim-k It an 

ItuM- i.Hi,^tKi sopiiljiK ii'-. f'jilin 

v,kill iH'tlcr propjrc siudcnts when 

i rTin(! to a hna year inMiluliun .' 

jhus maKing Harper a mnie teputablc 

.ciitimunily eollcgc. 

, ■i." > ...I ihaj the oulrcath is an 

ihal I!, changed and 

i,> ihc ■audcnis needs. 

will Nr urgcied 

projtram they ait 

l-.i^uii..' ir...k!:ic itic privc'^'. even more 






2 News 



Harbinger 



Last call for Happy Hour 

New law bans price reductions 



|t\ » rik WuruT 
Ni:..-. Kditof 



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jodothcu'ti- 

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September 21 . 1989 



Slightly Off 
Campus 



Ctmrl«"i "f CoIlcE* 
I'rriv St t tin' 



ll.-v .< l.-.l . r, 



Students Aren't 
Educated 



.inii'i 4.1 i.-.. 



imlciu> aic mM vtiv well ,hji imly ^2 pt-Kcnl ol i; 

^_ji,,t ,. fTi.fin t!i^( Kis' ^I'.ir *t:ri- I 



colli", 

l,.u::M:.-i '■■■■ 



ux\ afv' U".: 
.tUM: the F*iv 

\|>liluJk: U<il 
icsl UM:d to 



icn't ihc proWeni. 
■ iikv RurtiHi »>l E-TS, 

jnd Women 



Biased? 



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S4.IWC4 li> awiuU whiiLMNhips. 


ts v^hjl ihcv 


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iki i a male bia>. 




This vcoJ. iIk- 1 1(^1 "lu- in 




■Tidtv »ctc l*.U>rv-dmio ' 




. Viirl stholjfship TiTf- 




l-.'MijK'x won S"* *< 




more in ikcholarsli';- 




;...... ^..v did in I'^HK 


ed Tests 


JjnitC Ciams of the I'd 




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September 21. 1989 



Harbinger 



News 3 



The Roselle Road Journal 



Pr«s«alrd b) Ihr \ Dung ('urparatr Ac hw^rrs 



• V'i.'.jm now »ith Dnnald 
Irump' Ho irufsi.il S|> 
milliim in Titljtf\ x 

I" ' IV. J ^Ih AvOIU;l 

'.rm 
'mu VI' hijtil ilio name, 
IM» »aKh Irump Coril Ihc 

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tX>liaM Ifuiii|1 VI lit iivt !v ihc 
hi<M Triutip »il) iiiijMuiMlly 
apfcM on Ihc thtiM jmhI dliK 
III ttit- niiMll^ whii h h*,' «j|Hl (W 



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ihal mity ), 



in" uiMii^' r; ii.-» i^-naiii, 
hi-iwccn Vljtih oiiil June l^')! 

,l,.r,ng which Antllir I 

h*r Jk Co. will m. 

^ivC riHise Vli (ijllj^ 

• ^CJ^. K... I.uvk * Co. 

■ ■'"11 , !■„. vJ .1 ni,n ckwc Pl>pte 

>- M tjtt\y as ncm liumnK-r 

ikc kkmh fM ihcir IK* 

CiiBM llttn mom Alri'K- 



•Star* Rtiebui'k A Cd tuv 



'vhoulil pjy the mru ut 






Harbinger MIA 



By ^rili Mur/cr 
Nrw> >:dilur 

Ri'vuliiriir ' 



minuU' »jii 



:-.ii-A ii.j: uul 

mMimg ih« 
md4e a livi of 
lie the ^iiua- 



Mjnjiiini! lauiw lirrivcit on 

V j-,,..,.K,.f p ,„ ^..^^ ,(,j. jqpc, 

I li»i».iJ every ^kh^:It ai lifsi. 



, made w Dt. 

Biiiinic Heiuy, Vitc PrcsKlcnl of 
SlUilcnt Affairs>, wcrr; Rcim. 
buricmrni fof charges horn Dcs 
under the inuih iw the (kmi. and pta>nc« Publiditng Jor not print- 
in all ilic olln cs then I made a ing the llarbmitfr. leimbuncmcni 
Im «( what cc'uld ha»c happened for any refunds lo aJvcrtiiicrs: rc- 
loihrmtvi ^1,1 y.ivi imhursemcnt tor <jlespcrM}ns 

onimivtions on ads (cw the 

•vcpicrrihcr U kmjc. rcpnnung of 

site ',(XMi destroyed flyers . and a 

iellCf of ejpbnaiion from the 

"jf i.alL-t>e to all affaied advertisers. 

A iih The ne»t day. ifn teller, the 

and commisMons were all 

J Nil refund.s had to be 

ui advcftiwrt and chafgei 

I)ei Plaiaes Printing have 

;■" pressure put 

is custodian, he 

np hi$;ob.' said Jim 

' n.inr supervisor o! 



Hash will gel 
I lonunucd. 



ICJluI 




III ically happy witti the 
■e trttn ihe school and co- 



See related story on 
page 6 



ftv **•■ a«Kft 

^ Buil or Wmam Ratnay Har|Mi> « ih* campoi. eouftyam wa> oonaiws by *• cfais oi 

««■ Th« pta<|u« aaaming m* pMMs»l <••• ptmmnUKi by '!*>• fiMpar Coilwu Eauc»tion»< 
-liiofi or» May 18. lOae Ma^paf. acnontng to i»ia piaqua, 'tlavotaO h« hfa id t»ia 



I at aicaltanca m aducalion ' 



SECURE YOUR 
FULL-TIME JOB NOW ! 

$10 /HR. GUARANTEED 

• Poitfilii«ainnBiifiMikM 

• GnwunaDiwrfimes aiMW* 

• SGhKnibag / NennoA loGiim 




CattWr.Hyfeata 
Bc«iiHnNoonano4 jCtn 



529-0279 



At Olsten, Students can 
,et part-time jobs that leave 
ime for Chemistry 101. 



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iMinrtiwcy cm _ 

tt a ipuMb • antni, Mfitat pM *> w liBi 
txiidqirAjAnB 

Ji*!tuliMMiiiuik MMtiMMMuii Jalt 
<Mtwla>tpu>»awninJiwii<iMBiniiu%ji 
taiirif pi .MtfwlMvmMi 

SvaMaiiiHviiiiabgiiteifUiMn 
MMuan irii liH iaiiilMtM«a>«ui#ma 
l« iK mfamtiitwim m Mi 



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Tf!P'ie''s bike across America 



ij- i»i?nini:«„. 

Staff Wfiirr 

f»w two ycsus, As*ixi.ii,' 
Profcwinifs hthn 'Jat-k ) IIikH.. ir.l 
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f^K'n V)ur NtM- St Kxil \l'ar 
TELLERS, Part Time 







■"' ; ■ • i'» a i;rrdi idea lo con 

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'"''•■'* '' - "nd inosl suri^ssful (1 

1, '""""* ^'' '" currenlly srrkinfi 

n.. . , ,. n.'.n.w"" "■"" '"^ -• •'" ••*»*•» 

I "'-**" P«»»«w» a minimum of 6 

, / ■''"»! 'itpfrlrnre coupled wilh 

.1 skills, and a proffsMonal 

i'< f- IS hijjlily dcj.ir.il>lr. but 



•"•ran pnividr you with an 
• lid a ramprrhcnsiw IjcnrOls 

Irw rhrtklne. 401 k Mvins. 

||<•r^^)l(>. pjid vacation, and 



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(312) 804-2492 
134 hour hatUnc. 7 4mfm ■ vmkj 



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Harper College Presents 

QReeNpeAce 



A lecture and slideshow 
By Ctiristoptier Ct>ilds 

Wednesday. Sep. 27 

7.30pmJ-143 

Students $2 

Public $3 
Call 397-3000. Ext. 2547 for tix! 



frog Pi. nee 



A»a s^n-"'- '•■ 



The Student 

Development Division 



IhruvitlVi ihe 



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( >llr! 



cUnR frnter 






IVi-nn.il Gnmtlifor 
Ytnuiii AiUiUs 
l.,rM.nalGroxvth Groups 

lor AcUiUs 

CounscUnii ic.r Healthy EatinS 

Pcrs.)nal Growth f<>r Recovering 
Substance Abusers 

Forfurlhrr.ut..nn.a.ono.,r,a.. 
GerySchuenke.i397 3000.Xi-7 



6 Features 



Harbinger 



September 21 , 1989 



Putting together the Harbinger 



B)> Mart J. Bittkt 



ProducHHt '^ ' 
iK*\paiptf may ^ 
It I*. Thi- process IS i 
takes nuny peaftt. id pt^ 
Vte Harbinter. H«e «u. 
mmtptfet of Hirper C> 
nnr^ccpiMm. 

There UK three managj-nKiH 
(Hjsiiions E«J<tf»t in Chicl, 
Miaa|m( Editor and BuMncst 
Mamgcr. Tliey wcrscc ihc fniiit 
oprralicin. and ejih »i>ili 
appnuimjich -li' hiuus (vr 
wMk. Wofkmg »tih them j»i- 
Mvea nviuitiiii iMiti<r> tk-'as 
features: eaiciUiniriLiii. 
happ^ninf: 'tportt. byoui umi 
phowgraphy. ji\ nf »hum sue 
ntpoBsiMc lor the copy and 
ityMl of then page 

Under the edHon is a m. 




Ml' iL't>:WUlwnf Sf 



the 



OJB 



Photo Editof AHisoi St'au5'. 
cl»v»lops l«t»«i pciuf«4 

■ ■I l;lu-.n, irkluiliiiR »fi!Cf^. 
v:inoiwin* md p>>im>pitfiietit. 

Eack Itewiay • Miir MMlii«' 
w lieid » dtaina dw atKORiinit 
tana. The minter oT ptfc* ti 

then dcttikd. ifopcnitini: OH Ibal 

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n< ■ 

CiliL..„.. :-.... 

are iaycd out 
UyoM and d> 

l>inir-com<iuminj: 
begins ill '* an TlJe^ 

and «i!. 
WeJhevL 



> ay Am**n SIrauvB 

- ;" «' T3'- Vai.g>T-. oftsra layout tuggMtoni 10 Happamng 

the husinos dcpartinenl ptqwrcs 

"s; self- billing (i>r Its advertiaers. 

.rate TuCMliy afiemoon the enure 

Uy p""^*^ ^'••n* <"«. again. 



at } am. 



iHHHIIHW' "' II 



Haitxngar <ttaH RWfflbat* 

•0* 



into tha tiirnal tUm a hwd day't 



i tMiiiuurii 



ai«M* Cr MHMn tiraun 
Harl>ng<H tiaff mambart dncuss Ktoiv idaai al a waakly maatmg 

S«« related story on page 3 



JEWEL'S HIRING 

Need Extra Money?? 

Turn your spore time into extra money! 



Flexible hours! 

Competetive 

wages! 



Excellent benefits! 
And a teann of friendly, 
tielpful co-workers! 



We hove PART TIME openings DAYS or NIGHTS 

with flexible hours! Ideal for students! 

To be a part of the team see your nearest 

Jewel Store Manager or stop by ttie service 

desk for an application and nnore details. 



September 21, 1989 



Harbinger 



Features 7 



'i 



4AIa IHE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AIaIi 



("ciiptc in Miur Vi, IN ; 
Wcrclhc pnipk: ihai ■ .: 






.atliLiv' I 111 



i|x:t. Ihc Harhngf VS hti alv ihc pcopli; in yom ncighhorhiKHj ' 
'« i»K- VVfK'M San«M) Manajxr. l>iro.-lorsand vimc DJ \ 



Michji'l A. TtTMm 
DJ. < Wrd. 8-10 a.n.) 




■It car (h-if- lln' k.-.,! i! 



in* wiirid. i wiiulil 

i >c cvtr don* 



T«n> AmalM 

MuM> t>irrilor 
l)| 'lurs lll-l> p.m. 




Mikf Mia/ga 

I) I iW.d hH |i m I 



M.l.ir i: 

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|lr,...:. 
rri ni. 



;<!ly aat Lcoiu Hctmtlc^ or Twiu; 

Dlt> or in> UA (-IfUlK-n.!* n,.,m 

lie kuiiclrtd yrart old, I - 

cvcr> Cuhs hmiMF jt^mc 



Joel BfrjjiT 

n.1 I Thiir- i: : p m 




I'l.^hl ..,, 

In m> 4p;iri- i < i 

If I could itMnj:* ihr 

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Protmni llirmor 

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Vfa^or AiiKiuciumI I3inifn 

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In m% ^arv timr I tnj 

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1 ra/i.»l ihin.- I >.• »>fr H—r threw hjlterir* It Itw 
k- I* hen 1 »A\ t littk 



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m mini randitiiin. 

,■ 11,*,.- i»,!h frM^Kls. 



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n.l, or Mimtr |>ut uhii plavs ma«ic 

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In m^ xii.4rr hmr I rnjti* ■ .lt-j; iiui iruivni pnihiet. 
If I it.uld ihinge III* world, I mmM: dupow af <fl 

I 1,1,,' ihiiii: lie r.ir dour: (raduMcd hm lli|ih 



lirt jm datr tiill ilrcjuning 

H brn I am oat kmdrcd y«n aid, I: will he deal 



^^'^■•■•8* "fh» Paopla in Vour Nalghborhootf by J«nny Bakos Staff Writar A Alllton SIrautt Pholo Editor ffi«lilHB|i4i 




Editorial Bits and Pieces 



. hen then- !>><'■" 



Its a shMK &M three '•'■•"•'!'■• -";^ '''' 
s,udcnis not be ap;.tlwt.c abtvut the snulcnt sc 

T.,^ «.L-<.ni addition ot W.ll.atn Raincy Harper s bus. ,. ., : - - 

Congratulations to DarlciK h ..rv 
Days This vcar «*:is the moM suwcsst 

i'srallalthxr automativ "'^"^ 

:', VK^ .,.>..,v, -.-n toward ilisabilii^ •■^- ** 

A lUu'c.lii^- \Nnac ir..s .s .. .^^^ ^j_^_ ,|,..iMc.l nc.-.l- to be 

h..pc 11 a.-csnt stop here. MdcAalk a.mic.nng A 

;cir:s'M;S^rs^-;s-.".-.'^^ -^'"«'^' 

•ri)\ersi.il issue- . the n'Uc.;:e 
B\ prcstfiitms le^^^-i^- -- •■^■■- ,■ ^onserxaiive 

has shown Its Vk.HmpH-ss to e^'auale .n ih. ta.. 

■v.initv 



Letters to the editor 



Smokers have rights, too 



criun^ 



H 

stKh a> >" 
lobavto fi' 



rules is needed 
n.jny micnsisienies. 



iliKWs. thairs. and m cups 
, re lhc> can hf sprlled lo 
li!.pu»ung mess ihat I 
,,iiiK1noi liVf t(> d.-an up 

are on a 

:::f Irom 

ins JiVMii "u-jn I iijvi- u» quit 

»ilh them I l«iil their aelKins lo 



sMiih sliillin. 
On,- (if ih< nij' 
Miiiikinu siudrnts 



T n <■ (1 



\ados for .1 

• RlXMIt f* 

(lOtcntiatK iiuiiuni.v' 
m Activities Ofl'ice 

Tari Vauchn 
I (lil()r-in-( hiff 



^■ni\ in the 
■ : end of hiUiarils 
mim front oi the 



1 isa AusI 
Manasinu K.diior 



i'l use 
. ihe 



II;,- lltirhilitfr nclconws letter. 10 
ihe editiw and replies w oiif edit.wuls 
U-liers niuM K- 2^1 wiwds iw 1 s^ and 
ni . ■ '- — I «iOi a «vi.il M-euril) 
„,, ■lire* »ill he wiihheld 

u;., ^ Ml taicrs are suhKit lo 

i-dtuns Seiidletiers Ui Harper Coll.-. 
t.n.ni -\^'>'' . r t'niii! them hv MoikI.c 





Clarifications 



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1 hi rt 



'«(.upi-w*t"Wt us*T! poii:^^ WON tywifes ^ 



30N CM?/" 



Overheard... 



"If I'm iliilid to 
Student SenjU. f"r Ibi' 
class (jifl I wanl lo turn part 
of the lake into a bt-aih." 



HflRBinGER 

W.lli.ini K.iiiK-) lljr[vr i 
1 :(»l Wesi Alpmqum Kuad 
P.iUl!ii'--, Illinois MIOh'' 
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Staff 



•.1,A-!i.u -Vf Jjim. Al*m Bi!i»- 

.,Ki. JiicyCcnilc. 
Tony ChiJptUj. Nomnn CoJ' :,-n, 
Chrn r<««iopnuUi«. Sieve Hill, 
■.iin. Oim Kuiish. 
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September 21. 1989 



Harbtnger 



Editorial 9 



Letters to the editor 



Community spirit not dead 



First step falls short 



ilts have been tning lo 
jnd aJuminutn tjuri. One of 
I fiKuves ihi!. semcMer is to 
ix'vtcr the Harhirtjitfr began 



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to have K 






; .iruuml Inc i. .impiis. Knir ■>! 
<.he eight rcrvcling boxes <>ti 



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.1 Auxl, 

Timy 

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..li bavc 

tjnxttt the hjih ol H.iri« r i .'iUgi- im-r 

dte past two yi-^H 

Mr. Sweeney (mall> iiaic* iltai 
tUileiU Irmkn are llti.* cmly iwo whn 
would noliic il :! ; ! 

eiimiiMU,'d I till nm > i 

the Har-^ .. , 

Prograii 



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.'Id)! totthi'ic 



.I^Mlillt llui 

n>mmunii\ ^; 
riui 

lK)pc ti^t an jiuv, 
disappcnniiii); to 



:\ l^ i I II 1(1. WUllI M mill 



■ , 11 became 

liiij; to fccvi- le if the 

nicnt A glance msidc of the A Building 

• ■ " !- •'•-■■r part if these boxes are 

\- of the librdry will show 

' ■ mailable. 

lo be e\:ologically- 
: ..; li^iji..;.,^;..;. It appears it was a 

u.i . ., .li- ..,;.• ihc SOv (lis alniosl the *XVs) and 

,>ii»ilv as It dcsciAcs III t)c taken. 
1 ^11 V .lu^hii i.iva Ausi 

t di(or-in-< hief Manacing Kdilor 



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Photopinion: Do you recycle? 




Kevin (iieigcr: 

"Yes. I've been doing it for 
two years. In the office, we 
buy a case of pop a week. " 





llfjlhir IntiMsiin: 



Mil hi II. Wtddlc: 



Sharif Shama; 

\o. the garbage is closer 
than the nearest A Building." 





Cris McBride: 

Yes. I live m Palatine where 
it IS nunilaiiTS " 



Jiaajr Oiiaitli: 

'Yes. i lecycle aluminum cam aad 

pipef- 




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10 Entertainment 



Hartunger 



September 21. 1989 



The Bankstatement is respectable 



n> stt\t Hill 

Mjff WriHT 



, .11 ihv- 1. 
up there 
f lion 



Mo-.i .^1 ui .tnkn'» Mudmnn \ir<><.« Ihr 

1 I ,,„» -u..... ■ ' «.1(.T ■' > I''"*- ll..<'|\ II.. 

'lat my h.' " >"■ 

u .,■-.:..; '-- i«tii.h :: 

tastmur.'.' 

hank «.i> 

an ! B«nl.'.ljlni> ■ 

Ih ImiI jlhiiP' ■ 



llUl Willi UK .1, 

Baahslaltmrni 



.. I ,,., ,, ,,,,, I u. ■ 

like A the MrchmH-ii aikl 

. i'lks f.-rm, J J K v:iii-.ii.iU' bjii.l "s ■ 
tor lu« Ij 
WCtklmi; 

will mcf\ pcisiaiuJ . 

Hani . MM) 



Jul «>i« tiuimg. aHmm i* t.i! 

I'M, \».i^ .jhuff the onty L'.. 



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iiriKC tk: tlc)urluic iif Kua 

c.t^rK-l. Banks has alwayi 

he hcst material for 

iiu) his utI.s material 

^ his talent. He is an 

J land somehow 

ii.iiv.li kcybtufd phiyer and 

LiM Hopelully his latest 

ase will give him the 

iituin th.it he deseivc-i . . 

! iiiiiui.lv the iveiird i.iin(>any 

I- the wrong M>ng 

iiii;le Thfo*hack 

■ti.>u;,l Iv ;lii..v.n hatk It »tll 

[•f..b,iM> .;i\i- III.- alhum an 

undest-rvrng had rap. 



Rjijng (Mil lit ^ • • • 



Yesterday tributes the Beatles 



Bt Jamie Brr^on 



iK.il.-.. s;.iiri ill Si-tse.iiU IVprct ..liire 

. .•» okIi oUwr iniluding the mi: y 

ihi. : remgrwuH. Wd pbyfil a h"M lit 

The initial bu// ot «..■ |U'.i >;..( i.i.;eilieT ' Mid Greg 
Bfa«lfmani:i may havp wcwfl mil I'i;»t I' -r-..in.iil\ I have hdrna ■' 



lijvr.i n.nrv nn >jiunu) ni^ni 

The event «M ^muMieit li> 

ihe ^^,• Henry Coumv YiHHh 

s I ■ Bureau, a nm I-t pi.ilii 

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WITH BUSINESS MAHERS AND 
OTHER DUTIES 

CONTACT MARC BALKE AT THE 
HARBINGER OFFICE, A-367 OR 
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September 21. 1989 



Harbingar 



Entertainment 11 



Regency ruled the 




^-'nuMjuuni-ni *t',lo on 

Tht'^ pivkcil urtKus [x-i'fiU- 

ftimi Ihc aiiilicniv In |»-rli>rm 

»ith I^ 

Ihcir 



Phoia hy Ai*i i«hk 



Anctraa LittI* Mas coaiad aOo singmg. 



Almodovar's antics 



By Mikr Srhwrishnner 
Sunr V>rittr 

The KHiat w Hk Harper 
College Thewte oi» Thtiriitjy. 
Scpicmhor l-i v . ■,. 

man. -Vvimn. i 

wall.-, luii.i th. »ugc ana nukc» 

Jbiiul L'.c .;,...:,;> iif Ok- pritii .-i 
ibc nin Uiey are iboiii to sec 
They an infarmsd diat ii ww a 
very difricult film tu locale 
lince II was ihc firsi >ioe done 
by ilw diiector lediiffcit m ihc 
nim bMivRl. 

r . ■ I 

mat' 

■muMin; arui tj|iiurt'j inc 

anemtoa of ihc 40 audteare 
■Mathers. The film able lo 
onenuiM! ihex riHigh vicwmg 
comiitioiK was Pedro Alntod- 
ovart What Have I Doac 
lo DtMrte Tlii»? 

The fibn was a dark xiifie- 



abslic comedy «rf the hen kind, 
conwoun^ w^wArful chafinun 
and ev».n more wondcrlul 
iraaies 

The audieiice did teem a 
liulc um-a^y ai first with ihc 
tHiira^'ei'tn [vdrlr doing unreal 
'' once Ihc 

.tr'f iMMKir 
' 'u, n lo 
ihvm. 11 no loiif;ii ni.ilu-red. 
Tbc) wcic |u»i enjoying the 
mantte There was no reason 
not to, the admiKthW wa< onlv 
S? lor H,ir(vf xtiuicr.s and S' 
li-r !!.c (Hihlii 

.-per will be .ohowuig 
:c i)f A'modovjr s films 
in Ihc ncM two wcci*. Law 
•f Onire will be sbtiwii oe 
S«f«anb<-r :i. and Wonta 
Ml llie Vers* of a Str- 
*«m» RreaI'dowa can be 
«eea on ihe following Thur\ 
day. September 7n m 7?() m 

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group . 

wbtiiT 

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partKij .! 

thi"., 11 1% Inline 11: 

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Pholo by Al0«on Strauss 

Monca PauUon triad lo Iplay* lb* ban. 




'•MM* kr wimi t«ra«. 



Regsncy »«*ed ou! with •«•» 




Interested m a job in the 
music business '^ 



SPOND WAREHOb^E 

is looking for hard-working, self- 
motivated people for: 

• ManageiSTrainee 

• FT/PT^es Clerks 

• Light Bookkeeper 



Apply in person 
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12 Entertainment 



Harbinger 



September 21. 1989 



Oooh, Ahhh Johnny B. 




TTi I i%a \u<.l 
Miinj| |' iW|i tditut 



.- '' • / "BiK*' Wis« •fi^'y* 

ma Mck Jaggtr wnpsrsonat ■- 



Johnny B 



the name 




pftoto toy AllicMi Strau-^ 

tor « ptwlo wiih Brad Undsnuood and Dawn HigM«y 



The Stones do roll 




^nelo hy A' 



Johnny B Moor* bluas band was Ih* featured ■Itractlon al 1h* lea 
Craam Social on Saplainbar 13 Th« band parlormad without Bonnta 
Bombihail" Laa. but Iha parlormanca was not lacking 



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SPECIALISTS, mc 



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AND STAFF: 

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in tune with your chosen field of intarest. 

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AVAILABLE 

Serving ihe Northwest Sutwrtjan Area tor over :o years 

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• Manufacluring • Data Processing 
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Kiihaid V p.'iti'nnjnn' «.i\ 
^r.iil-linE in Itself. Hi< guiUlt solo 
VI js. »«nh ihc prite ol admivsMin. He 
took over iho singing tlultcs, anj 
pljM'il Hiipp\ and Btfnrt Ihev Mctle 
M, Itun 



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September 21 1989 



Hartjinger 



What's Happening 13 



Coming Up.. 



'Thtirsd.n 21 

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Student Profile 



Meet Emily Tootelian. 



n.v Michurl .1 \t4okiiuH' 
lUppTWini; Idiliir 




Phe»o by ***'ttt-i ^t^vt 



September 
Is National 
Cholesterol 
Month 



lljpprnHiii<: I (l,|.,r 




Where n.i \ou I I! In 7hi\ I'uiure-.' 




..n.ji- HDL 

;cmI. h«lpinj{ in the 

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We hove openings for moll interviewers ot o starting 
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14 What's Happening 



Harbinger 



September 21, 1989 



Women's Program Continues with Success after Twenty Years 



By Andt Sihntidtr 
Staff Mriur 



College V !iy >carM>l i 

ilisplaicJ : '^ "> It"-* n"'" 

vutvufhan .irci 1.' Kunnc ba-al winivrt 

What o\jitl> 1- ihi' Wimu-ni 
I'roRiani'' ll isapUo ■ 
ilrvlMTCd. wt(|r>»\nt, '" 
in r^'-T 



K;n.- ' -.11 ihc ulliniaic 

iv ii< place everyone 

incnl She sue>\es thai 

in workmit at 

.lis ;in hour. She 

<'<iHciiias "having the 

::\<piin tticif household. 

■ JiK ^iikI h.uinc sonie 



News Briefs... gCHOLARSMPS 



/>ftig .■t«ii'-i "iM " "' ■ 

One .!.!> t H! I >>f an laculi 1 Mudcnii : 

presented oic I Uiii.. ,.,v.ety. Dimar.u. : \ :,aHU< mtlud.; . 

luuiiie of Illness, motnauon for themital u»c. toolmum of use. iliMavc 
pr."'r.-«ion. M^ns ol v>mpioms. anil family illncvM; Helpins vs 1 njblint:; 
iii>n. both formal snj informal. Treatment arwl R n The 

ir . I T \ line"; ("crwmal Perspeitives ol Recovery includii': > '* two 

recovering lollegc age simlcntt. ^ ^ ,^ 

RcservatH>ns muM N.- ma* m advance Worluilwpii art pr. -. mlv ^hediiled 
for(Ku>Kr .''ii. jml \ovonihi-r U 

4rfrt.« Ktiew AI Hanti ^JjtUau 

the Piofum Boar J will rresem u> llMper College gutUrul Mnm Bclew on 
October 7 at 8 p m in J 14 V . ^ i i 

Adrian Bilcw i> kn.5»n lor his pii.iK.r »ork on ihi- guiliir and has pfayed 
with several hands, amonf. those art Kint Irimw* and lalkiat Heads. 

f>pinirii! tor Adrian Bvlew a Howard Ixvy, a lutionally uMU'ni/iJ 
harTTHmica and piano vinuimi 

TKklils go oo wk and Septt-mher I and will be availabU- ilirou^h 
Tickctmatier M S 10 .V) for Mudents. and S 1 3.W fi>r the publn. 

IndivKluals inicrciaed in oqwiuiinf a noon wnc Akohotn* Ammyinous 
meeting, a nKim has beCH setuwd. C.ive mi a call! 




The Itet Annual "Know When ft ay Wlwf 
Student FKter Oompetitkm 



The Harpers Student Divelopnx-ni Division «ill he 
conducting a scries of ir.instcr infurmaiion sessions 
Snuk-rus planning to tr.ln^k•r to tlie U-iUming schoolli ait 
cnvnuraped (o.mend 



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cnjtMctitt «ltk Uw ■illMal C«Ua|UM AlMkal 

AvanuM •••k. 

••■It iMtilal In tk* k«t t—Ut e«B«<rU Ikal 

cnntinl; afitat tkt uM lar n*f*M>kl« <Mt 

■IM aaklal aktal ilctkal. 

A |im*4 ftiM MkaUrikli •( tl.OOO will *» 

two—* ia wtk (t m cttHwiM. ftw !»»•«► 

If U (Uk Mtt|*rT wUl t-»im ll,»00 

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Greaf Pay 
Company Car 
Paid Vacations 
Casti Bonuses 
Big Bucks and 
loads of cash... 

M »»se can be ywn. aiw »ou gwM* ' Bui lor row 
caw wwntor the Haitiinpjr. irfnn W an oBBf you 

tiDenence.toidso)it> 



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What's Happening 15 



September 2 1,1989 



Mike Brown - Mr. Stagecraft 

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siaff Writer 



riwrc arc i»o ml"' •■'J^ '' 
^cd linth Ihcaicr Mhcr ihdn 
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LUCKY DAY ! 



TEMPORARIES NETWORK 

/^^ ^omrMKi rpcruitinq day _ 



WED., SEPTEMBER 27 

10 am - 2 pm 

BUILDING A 

PRFAT PAY . FLEXIBLE HOURS 

WE^E GoT the' OB TO FIT YOUR SCHEDIJL^' 




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16 Classified 


Harbinger 


September 21, 1989 


CLASSIFIED AD RATES & INFO 






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AA MEETINGS 


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ALANON MEETINGS 




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Harbinger 



Sports 19 



Women's tennis starts strong 



Sports Kdilor 



Golfers first 
win in years 

Continued from page 20 



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Harbinger 



September 21, 1989 



Hawks down Joliet 38-10 

Haywood's two TDs help keep Harper undefeated in N4C 



Hj Jo«jr OrUir 
Staff Hriltr 



The Harper tlj*ks luvdi'tllo 
come h»>mc anJ nuli- up ftir the 
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Dau' Vt.i Urn h.s KH Jamci w*""^ *«»« «ieeji in ihcir own 
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rir« three matchen in ax yc«rj 
Sept. 12 when the Hawks 
defeaied lecood plate linidier 
Rork VaUey (RV» by a mere 
Jwnke 325 336. 

The Hawki. who haveni 
compcied in gol/ uncc 1982, held 
off Rock Valley in addition to 
College o< DuPage (COD) 335 
•Jl Mofaine Valley (MV) J4g! 
The meci wu hoated by CoUege 
of DuPiigc at ill hMw coane. 
ihe Vilbge tank*. 

"Im tmpresicil with the 
way the hoy* golfwl.- mi catch 
Jan Kami. "Vinage Links is a 
ioaih counr. and ihc boyi met 
ihechalknte.- 

Lewlmt the way for the 
Hawta was s«m Mclnemev wiih 
an invite low fivc-ovcr 78 He 
was batkcd up hy icammaic!, 



Dave Wascher and Rick Dem 
both pasting a score of 82 Brian 
r-ranks finished the acojuig fot., 
ihe Hawks with an 83. 

'I'm happy with the way 
Brian played.- said Kaias. 

The Hawks followed up thai 
perfonnance with a third place 
finish at the WauboMee Invite 
Sept. 15 Dem was low man for 
Harper, taking seciwd-place 
honor.s in the iaviic with a 73. 
Wawher was the other lop 10 
finish for the Hai^ with an 
eighth-place showing. 

Four days later the Hawks 
look Ihcir 3-0 conference nurt 10 
PtopJar Oeek Country Club, their 
home course. 10 face COD, RV 
■"dMV again. This time the 
oMcoBie wasn't as rewarding. 

Harper fell from its perch on 
lop of Ihe North Central^ 

See Golfers page 19 




RRBinGER 



September 28. 1989 



William Rainey Harper College 



VOL 24 NO 7 



News 1 

Features 2 - 4 

Editorial 5 

; Entertain 6 - 7 

Happening 8 - 9 

Classified 10 

Sports 11 - 12 



Sports 



• Harper runs over 
Rock Valley 



Page 1; 



Features 



• Speech teacher 
embarks on 
directing career 



Student Senate elected 



By Ph>IIU BrBwn 
Suff WriUr 



Rcsulu of ihc Siuih 
rIciUons held ScpfcmK-t IH a; 
.inimuik 111 b^l Thurvtiv 

Inc <tMs mro up t,'t il.\iK)n three 
«)f Ihem uiKimk-^lCi! 

E4tward Walljif iku-jicil Chnv 
CaiMa|iouk» W- 1^ m itw konu-Mcd ran- 
of Bmmcvt ind Skifntc jnd m ! iKul 
Am, DonuM BU-.W4 dcfi-aitd M.a.iKl 
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s)slcm t\ (uiu)ini; 

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College News Update 



Free class to improve English 

&«,-. H,.* !r,, A,,., ( ...rj,'u,u.f for Ell(U»h. *dl be 
icaclung K n^lish ^amijur jcj inivtunKi rrviewi foe MnkMa 
•lio wwrfd hfcc loinqnove Am abtliiy m idtnufv andoama 
ihcif writing. 

"Woman of the Year" contest 

Sharon Soeder. fiam Put Rtdfe. and Beverly AitaM 
from Elk Crow VtUate. won the -Woman of Use Ya*- ifeaeii 
lontta. Sofder loak firvi pUrc. *iih a SKKW KliolMdupMd 

Adann. in accond. Nxeivtil a SM«) whtrfanhip 

Football field gets new goalposts 

l*e Haipa CoUege foolttaU deld rctcMly nu ib new 
ii^tte POM latit. lepiactiig older i»o poM iMli. nedtane 
•wiMdeiiecMraeofapfMuMe I9W NCAA rataw leiiiiitiM 
«»^jlepoiifwa» fa all o«"r»I coUeje foodwB I 




New area code for suburbs 

^ ChicaitO subwlM will n<iw have an area code of 708 while 

MiU be used far the tity The new area code will he m 
•ig Nowmbcr II. I9S9. *.ib a one mondi grace 

'Tli ***" '^*"* *'" «" «<n»'8h W CJiicago from the 
*<HMri)% widMwt dudinc die ami code fiiM. 



College plans for expansion 

Harper ha. ptenl an »H*n hcarnif on ^mcc piainutt ibr 
leademt of the CoBc(c dutrwi Renthi of a iMceMtifaaiiM 
«w» a«d aRlnieniHal plan* developed to alleviate ladt of 
Vljce will be prewnied The >tudy emphasKJ iacitaMd 
ewoUmcm as a factor for more cUssrocan «id labonuarv — ~ 
Raafcnto «^ attend on Tueulay. Scpienber 26 at 7 :M ■!« 
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September 28. 1989 



Speech teacher plays two roles 



By Tari \tfut|hn 
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demanding director, 
but he malces 

rehearsals a lot ol tun 
You never know what's 
going lo happen next," 
- ■ Tony Konas 




Frank 0«IG<ud>c« cai»tul)y %lnOiu» ttv« 
Th» Uyslty oT Edwin OnxM 



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September 28. 1989 



Mr. Music Head" comes to Harper 

Adrian Belew has an album too 



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ATTENTION HARPER STUDENTS 
AND STAFF- 

" ' "siQ of inforest 

Scn,.n9 me Norm.es, SuS^n^Area lor 

SPEClALIZWGiN ° ^^"=^°^''-^ 

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September 28. 1989 



CLASSIFIED AD RATES ft INFO 

Student pefsonois up »o 'ive 
lines ore tr0© SfuOont nori- 
commercial ciois^fieds am S'OO 
fof four itneS: odoitionoi finas :!5 
Commercial ciminttefld ote S4 50 
tor the twt fou iif»s of prtnt. onoi 55 
each aocKticmoi 

Deodtine 'or c^asiifiedi orvd 
personols .s noon ThursOOy AH 
oa$ mu»t be preDoid. either by 
crwck. Vija or Mmtercoid 

The Harbmoer wtii not be 
responsible for typogrophicoi 
errors mode on ods token ovot th© 
phone 

For rotes orid .riformation 
contact More Boiko ot the 
Harbinger Office. 397-3000 
extension 2<4AO 

Help Wanted. 



TEUEMARKHING 

Sc^oun-iDu'g Dosea 
compony seeics enthusiostic reps, 

to moke oppotntments for soJei 
e«ecutives by coiimg on orea 
businesses Work 9 om - 3 pm M-F 
S5 50/hr ♦ commis<;,cri » bonus 
CollMf Oa*.6I9-38Ct> 



Love kids ' Lowe toys ' Hove 
fun at youf worki Be your own boss. 
set your own f>ourj Eomings 
bosed on pertormonce Being o 
Discovery Toys Representative 
Coii0obin»3«l-6130 

Billing clerk, rt-sporrsibiliiies for 
editing ana entry ot bills via CRT Will 
verity bills and investigate inaccurnie 
bills Requires good typing skills 
mathemaitcal aptitude and good 
customer relations Come m for 
apphcalion at Muitigraphtcs 1800 W 
Central Rd Mi Prospect II 60056 

PABT-TIME EVENINGS 

Eom S7/hr as customer 
service representot^ve Limited 
openings No enperience 
necessary Coil J.m Me«on # ac»3- 
3740 



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S8BS E«t Bk775e 



Pan-lime. SctUHimtiurg GeneriM 
oltice telephone and computer 

responsidiMies We^ends only ..'eti 
Peterson @ 980-4544 



Sale* Order Specialist 

ResponsC^iiies are vaned and inciuoo 
order processing editing, and entry 
on the CRT Will interact *ith sates 
reps and customers You il need 
excellent customer relations and 
communication skills, plus be 
organized and detailed onenied 
Hours are PI or FT $7 hr Can Doo^j 
Lmtz at Mutiigraphcs m Mt Prospect 
©632 1500 

PART-TIME 

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CUANtNG 

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own tiU''ipl.,--liU^>-'fi l.-v>'"ir.yi. 

needed for office cleaning. 
Guaranteed hours Con 884-rJ286 



ATTENTION! HIRING' 

Govemrrmnt (Ot)S your area $17 840 

$69,485 Call 1 602-838-6885 F«t 

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Services 



Tutoring m any itvel math t5y 
ceriiiifd e»perienced teacher Call 
Nancy @ c55 6085 French tutoring 
also available by teacher with 
expc'nence Call Nancy @ 255 6085 



8638, or stop in one 

Dog Place. 1045 ■. 
(Hoffmon Pioro) 
needed c o.' *i^--' 
W Qoff 
near Dor- 



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Help oisc 
■cation. 2566 

OIQ0 HOB, 

!440 ask 



lEGAl SERVICES 
FttEE CONSULTATION 

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PART-TIME INCOME 

<cn nnn vp , o^tcmtiai 

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chance to bwK) for tr>e«t future /. -.-• 
are a 500 miHion doJtor mtemoi 
corporotion and a leader ir 
high growth environment rwao..; . 
We offer training, cor aiiowonce 
highly compensotea commission 

* txmus Can Mr JOCOb 706-0477 



: *eoi>.eriCI 

-;Dle tow 

Of'icei cf 3ecke..' b. Becker 2300 

Barrtngton (?d , Suite 400. Hoffman 

fstotes 

TYPING SERVICE 

• :■' occi-'O'e »vpir>g' (?©po»t$. 
- ■ ' •- ^JW/poge Cos 



lONELY, NEED A DATE 7 Meet 
.■cioi someone" todoyi Coll 
•: i-40&-3<i»6-fe33-'i 

AA MEHINGS 

Ottereo nere at Harper 8 pm 
every Friday Coll for information 
397-3QQ0,^-2aa, 



Hair Cyn-Sattons S0% oft 
any senrice full service salon 
Palatine 991 3630 ask tor Kendr^h 

ALANON MEETINGS 

■J Support for tc' ci 

- . . of sulastonce at:'utefs 
V.e*!.n^s at Harper, Mondays 8 
Dm Fof mtormation con 397 3000 x 



WORDPRO ETC. 

v". '-■,3 processing servicr-. 
papers, resumes, cover 
etc Low rotes' Delivery 

^3,. .Cfl4 705-1673 

Voung life, ministry to high 

schoolers is looking lor volunteer 
leaders m the NW suburbs Interested 
Christian adults may call Nancy @ 255- 
6085 



Situations 



Two female* to share house 

in Holtman 72 » Rosette f ull house 
privileges $75wkeach Call Linda @ 
884 1920 

Need ride to Harper from N 
Arlington Hiqhts tor 8 am class Wil 
pay Leave message lor Ann Bowers 

Cg> 397 3000 .2284 



For Sale 

GOVERNMENT HOMES from SI 

?!..' 'PDC''' r:et"--^u£'nt 'a« property 
j.i ; KiS-6d7-<iO0O 
jrrent repo list 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED Vehicles 
from SiOO Fords. Mercedes , 
Convenes Cr>evvs Surplus Buyers 
Gude. 1-e06-6a7-«000 Ext S-10S3 

Leading Edge Computer 

Printer, and Software Contact Joann 
@ 397 3000 «2393. or 882 0841 

ATTENTION GOVERNMENT 
HOMES from $1 ( Urepair) 
Delinquent tan property 
Repossessions Call t 602 838 8885 

GH7758 

1980 Grand Prii exc 

condition new trans Problem tree car 
w/601000 mi Ask $2200 must sell 
Chad @ 397-7413, 



TEMPORARY 
OPPORTUNITIES 



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I To quolify. you bacttaround mojJ include ot least one v«or 
I of succetiful gerwol office expenertce wtfh prover< fypihg, 
I Wing, oi r»c«plior>i«f tklHs Vou muH tm odoptoble 
'ospomlble oTKl be obki to work on on a»n«ed€»d flejofcto 
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loppl.catiofv or sorKl o ie»um© 
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GreaX Pay 
Company Car 
Paid Vacations 
Casii Bonuses 
Big Bucks and 
loads of cash... 

AH itiese can be yours, aflet you graduate But lor now 
corne weak tor tt» Haitmgei 



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another "war" 

continued from page 12 



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12 Sports 



Hartjtngef 



September 28. 1989 



Hawks crush 
Rock Valley 

Haywood, Butler run for 
463 yards, 6 touchdowns 



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Old rivals to 
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Harper faces COD Sept. 30 



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week 



Uy F.ric Riagham 
Sporn Editor 

Tbc Lady Hawks had 
lomc good news and HMac 
bad iK»ti (luring their piM 
ucol oicompeaikm. 

I he good news: Harjx 
».»n.Lns tennis tarn dcfeau-u 
North Centfal Communily 
•-otlcge Conference (N4C) 
apponeni Moraine VaUey S-2 
in a tv^endcd match Son. 
26. 

The bad newt: Harper 

absorbed an N4C km wkea ii 

*j- dcfcaicd by peitanial 

■wcf IllinoM Valley 9-0 

Pl 21 

I was happy with the 
I girls performance." laid 
! Coach Kjihy Chamberlain. 
"W'c pbycd mare gamet with 
tiiem then we have in die pKi 
i»o years. Tlicy have also 
won ihc conference the past 
iwt) years." 

Harper's Liiia Beqi played 
IVs Tnsh Newman clow in 
the first SCI. losing 6-4, but 
faltered in ihc second set. 
gelling shut out 6-0 to end 
their nuich. 

'Lisa IS improving all 
the time." aid Chvnbetiaa. 

Second singles Li/ 
Maquez was iqieiKied by the 
Lady Apache* Claudine 
C'a«(iter6-0,6-3. 

"Liz is starting to gel 
singles under her belt," 
Chamberlain said. "She was 
used to playing just 
but now shc'< celling 



Sacand sing!«s pt,>, 
Hvputt VdOfy OV»! Ml.:. 



Suaynickan 
«a» ih.: closei lo losing ic a 
Harper opponent when Kim 
'J.iin.'r lost 6-1. b-4 in their 
iii.r.: sinflci nuicbup. 

Kini has cone 
I somcwhal into her own. 
Chamberlain continued 
"Sometimes she has trouble 
ckisin)! ihe door She needs K> 
li':<-r up her conc«Mntioa 
iliuHighout the whole oiMcii. 
It's been a problem, but we'ie 
working on ii." 

Agmai MV, a couple of 
iheie girb bounced back la 
nxoni vicianei te UKOHche* 
ai weU as the tean. 

Xet't p« it this way.' 
«iid Ch^imbertain, Tot gfaMi 
us behind us. I felt real shaky 
about this neet. We didni 
play as weU as I thought we 
were capable at' 

ChambolMa was on edge 
n$;hi at Ihe sun when the 
■ ' i singles match up 
I. .i:unng Berg and Marauder 
Val Fausen went MVj 
direction wiih Fausen 
winning the first set 6-4. 
"Lisa »as playing the other 
girl's game and not her own," 
Chamberlain said. She had a 
lack of concentration and 
didn't take dm^c. 

"Yuu have to play your 
sueagibs as weU m your 
oppooenis weakaesaet.' she 

.^•z praparn to votoy a shot during See TenniS... page 1 1 

r-M vaii«y Sept. 26 




Octobers, 1939 



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Harbinqer 



Octobers. 1989 




Roselle Road Journal 



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Harbinger 



Features 3 



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Hartwnger 



Octobers. 1989 



The mission of Greenpeace 



•y Jcrrrcy Willwa 
Stair Wriirr 



The atmoisphcic n hcin|[ healed by Ihc 
grccnhausr cffcci. dcptficd of Itfe- 
prolccting o/onc Inland and cHfanic 
waters are hong cnniamiiuicd with ntKU-ar 
and lo«ic wa.iies. rnipM.3t «ptxici whith 
replenish Earths oiygen and have 
incsiimaMc medical benefits arc being 



On Sept. 27th Chnnofitar CMldi of 
the cnvironinenial activiit group 
Grecnpeiii.c presented a tlidc kclutc on the 
poup s effons to raise puNic awaieaeM o* 
the dant;cr« we arc creating, not only lo 
thousands of plant and animal ipacics, Iwt 
10 ounclvd. 

The mustun of Greenpeace is lo 
publici/c suspected cnvunnmcoui hj/^ds 
The Niaga-a incident last year i« typual ol 




CtinatofitMr ChMt 



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ilK-ir ijiiiks. whiih Dllcn >(msm mI 
luoialK ^euint: in the way'. inic>pi»i 
ilvrnwlve* between the threat and ; 
ennriinmeni- 

Thu> they drive dlnphlc^ hctwc i 
explosive harjxHHis and *hjlc* xUikI 
tvi»ecn hunters and scjN, ..nl inii> 
nudcjr-lest /ones M.ulirn 

tommuniL jlions mjkes these 
conlrontauon« visible lo mllllOIl^ ..hi n 
wiihmlioan. 

Many ifisagfcc with ihciic ui. I. 

The wocM intidcm ocrurred m I'itiS 
when the Greenpeatc *hip Rainbow 
Watnor, en route lo proit^sl a nut K ai test 
HI French Polyneua. was miTwd by j>;cnis 
of the French government while il-n kcd in 
New Zealand Adcr the lirsi iinnf 
e«pliKled. a Grccnpcai-e phi«.>grap!u:r rjn 
I' .1 lilm and ««■ killed when the M.'uind 
nttnc Mew np. 

There i» a mctsage here.' iiayf 
Childs. ' It'« M>mettme) man tiangeroia lo 
r. I.iv ,11 home than u> seek iwi and comhit 
.liiu I You doni know wlicn the real 
ihrvoi IS approaehing. uiiK 
It Ik- bvlicvcs Ihjl 1 

Mini HhiK- near the miJ.!.^ (,ii>umu im 
. !'> 1 nnienul grniip*, inorc vinililc than 



nttmiior [h'tlulum in ■ o 

-!>». las'tic IV the iipp<'s,i. ,,i^. 

•ii of the ptobk-m 

II It makes ; ' ,,i uinj 

lishcTi careiesaly iki aihl kiii muusandit ol 
dolphins ■ yew. Mop caiing nwa. Send a 




Sludantt- 



o« oonMrvaton n mcrnas^j by Chnstopha. ChiWs 



letter to the tuna companies tcllmg them 
•■uy o/one damaging acronols and 
manufacturers voii dtm't Recycle 
your trash, aii! 
community, 

■<impk action'> jiaiurn- u> (.sirs cm- are 
. ry ellcctivc at changing corporate 
vhavior " 

In iho CtikJi;.) jr.-j vinv i.( ihi' 
iiiiiiK-Jijic viiiu fills is the hcitih (i( ihc 
CicM I jIcs ll.iMiiif: :(i ; (>) all ihc 
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Health Corner 



Positive mental attitude 

v„ ^ Tt"\ "• ^'^ '''' *P'~^' *" *™' "^"^ ""^ 5"*" «" **' "*"* ^^y >"» '■*' <^'»»8« » ««««>' >"w atuiudc 
Your atumde i-(i<x L» how you lo<*, and whai you say Of do. It alw alieH how you feel physKaJly and niematly. and the degree of 
succevs you have m achieving your purposes in Mc. ' •• 

Life IS inore meaninglul with a positive mental auitude. pn>bk:m> lic(.-ane easicf u handle, goats m more aiuunjrttlc 
fflisukcs arc fcvs disostitus, wd the future » mtwc cxciung 

Tea yburaeU on ihis Posiuvc Aitiwde" checUisi: 



I Do you believe m younri' a.id ycur laJcms and purpose • 

2. Do jou respect ihc righi tf others and give credit to 

them lor what they do'' 

V Do you take pride in your wort:' 

•» Arc you willing Mactepi ihange in yiwself and mhers' 

5 Do yt>u have goals and a plan to achieve ihem ' 

«i Do you work hard lo ochxrve your goals ' 

7 I>o you maintain good relationships through good 

communicatiai<i ' 

If you answered yes" ii> more than half of these qucstnms 
PosiUve aiiiiudcs mil make everyday livmg better 



8 Do you dcRKin!»i3tt endHmsffl? 

<» Are you willing to Icam and nxognurc dial no one has all 

ihcanswcrN' 

10 Arc you usually on tunc and depcndabk-' 

1 1 . Are you consideraic of others and ihiir point of \ ic* ' 
12 Are you a good listener and siikcrK inlercsied in 
others' 

1 1 LX) ,M>u umsidcr niisijtcs an u|>|sonuniis to learn' 

14 IX( yiHi enjov lile and not lake yourself iuo tienously? 

y< uarc ptjuuint; poiiiuve thinking. Keep up die good work! 



1 \V .iiik..^.in Hjuliof.tor example, is on^- i>l 
the mosi contaminated sues in ilic 
counirv i cvaixwate out and precipiuic 
'iiiinilies miles inbn.l 
lie important thin^ sjrd 
^ liiWs. IS n) laic jh'ffir action. Esin ' 
you dont agree with our cause, find .■ 
ihats ms-aninglul to you. imagine wlii 
sou can do to help, and then do the ilin , 
Ituii seems a little risky.thc thing ih.u 
makes >ou a little anxious You nii);lit 
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Octobers. 1989 



Harbinger 



Editorial 5 



Letters to the editor 



An Open Letter to the Harper Communil) 



A I unny ihinn lup|<«>ni!<t to me on 
ihe way lo »nrk u-djs ..iilv I JiAi'l 
Ihtnk II »a\ Ml funny 

<)n TuCTday. (fctoticf 2, i9li9« 
a{ipn«iirTutclv :!Kipm. Iwmimm 
the inicrwinin of \it><>ik|ianwi4 
Horpi-f Dnve »^k.-n a nuilc HMIMr 
emplovcc suricd »hi<i(ling mok. 

At fir\i I »» dispmeO, fhm 
angered I uxiUn i hcl(> Ink feci 
in.<iulicd thai itic in'tUiuui^n of hi(;hct 
cduCiKHm llui I thixtf tii invrsi my 
hant camcd dulkri m hd> i-mpkiyoit 
rude, igikirani. nutc chauvinub. to 
he i«(vc\cmauvct o( ite i 



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|]tltWt,««y M' 'i.>r{x'r« 

opmuin of wonv mv 

oncMaiioii (Ml him ui >! 
puhhc few the emptuya 
KtgnA' 

To t1ar|>cr\ aiJmini\irjti(in 1 j\k 
"Wdl VI1U (MM up wMfc Ihl^ ' 

Suitxwedly. weirc a uwU/iJ 
UK K'ly . hut by the aaxiri^ ui ^mw oi 
HMpcr > mak* cln(1l<>>c<;^. on.* 
wmihtn't he Me to drjw ihji 

CCMClUSMin 



<.'>« iMimi M ite •di.iM and r«tili*i t» ««r cJ,u-r,4\^ 
Lcnri^ r life uf !•«*, aid maM b* <i|nMl otik * wktiiI vrcuniy numlwf 

Si^noun 1 kvU iipnii Mqitctt AH hilwn art tuhteci t» fditwf S<-nd 

icimi lu Mar|H'r i .[li-o*, moro AMI. or hnng ih«m by Moiulay ihrmiiiii tri>U\ 
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arm, and I hit myst-lf u\er 
the head with Ihe phone." 



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IhfiM* ama/iiiu Mirl-iiiv." 

"You hicv* off the 
inlir.ii". >i>u «tTin'l tvi-ti 
Ihert-.' 

"SliiMl .ill Mil I)i»ir\ 
adMH'alt-N." 

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CXna KufAili. U(«hbjn Kw.h. 

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there Kas tx'i-ri im 
invivlvmg ihc .Sit.. 
ItMii's. riot III men! 



liistuvMtin laicly ahmil apjih\ hero m ILirpt-r 
::c, the HarhinMrr. WHCVl .ind ilu- vporis 
:!'s and orpani/alions 



ihcrc .irc ni.in> ,ii\i!1ii'Ik -iiLioiii-.. Limliv .md slad here al 
I lit per Kui there art man\ 

H 1 i; iriM)l\cd in the n' .viticx lakes lime 

M'Hiethinji; lev* sluJciUv. csjv>. .. ur .Uuliiils, li.ivc 



ii wtirks in additum to going to sch<x»l. I. mysell 
■md a famil). as well as wntlnp for the Harhingcr 
.ISC wi>rk i!.apnonty 
;!m> seem ceared toward the younpcr. full-limc 

tr elder. p.in lime smdeiUs aiieiidinp 



l|.>r;v,r 



iiiilc;;e IS lur learning,' noi txMij: Ik\h> imo aiii^ilies 



However, any pnitesv>r would prohiiWy tell you that edueation is m>t 

liniilcd to the tlasst.xni! I vpenoiKe. restvmsihility and working with 
olticrs i oines fnmi pan; 

1 uri!v' !i>r the Hur I injov il t^iil also for 

t. aic top lories that I will ha\e to slmw 

;•:. ".ITS 

■ ^ w .lilt a pcrstin with a college degree But when they 
\' II .icconiplished '■ they are not asking lo see nn 



honKwork 

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.! .1 -tapping sione lo higher education Ih.it is 
'.ended a four year university. Not onl\ 
md more affordable than a four ye.ir 
' ihe same opportunities. A pervon 
university .ind have junirw' siaius on 
ihe whole four years 
spcinsihiliiy learned now i.m t'\\-n so 
"•I {-'cl those !)iui..'s out ol .1 J.P.SIOOII1 



i'hyltis Kenson 
t^appe^in);^ Fdilor 



Who has traffic solution? 



The .Studtiit 

ll.irjHT s ir.i'' 

ho.itd oi T, 



rvcs praisi .iii/ing the need to fix 

!u>n However, ihcy should give credit lo thr 

Icniitying the prohlcm and beginning prellminaiv 

uliiiions K'tore it ever became an issue in the Scn.iic 



for b»tth sides to reali/e the futility of looking for an 

. problem cannot be Mjlved in an economically prudent 

l;i.!i.cd. by cr^ !cr access on ar>d off of the campus. 

.voiiki make tra: (or itself in the future and worse in the 

...•:i ..iiding ciMninuniiy now 

I iiiiion was raised last year over the ubicclions of many loud vimes 
1 ■ did not receive the raise they threatened to strike for. Where 

li e think the funds for new roads or a parking structure will 

come Ifoni ' 

Easier assess tor cars would encourage greater use ot cars, leading lo 
the same congestion problem in the future. Harper dtK-s not ni-cd nwre 
parking spaces. A casual look at the back lots reveals rrmre than enough 
spaces for overflow frtim the front. lAts Angeles proved king ago that 
increasing asphalt for transponatum doesn't st)lve anything. 

If more vehicles converge on the campus, the surrounding roads will 
have to absiirb the impact. Can Harper afford the fees levied by Palatine 
ai,' ' .-a result' 

! iiianv other taaors deserve closcr attention before action is 
taken 

I isa \iisl 
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6 Entertainment 



Harbinger 



Octobers, 1989 



Current singles 
review 



B) Sirtr Kill 
Maff Writer 



Te»r» far Ftars 

.VoK'iait ihe SeetbefLnve 

Thii \ung I* great, bw ii 
does UAt time for it ti> ptn, 
on yiHi Struiturallv ii i\ ihc 
most unusual (luif (il niuvK 
r^ !i arj a'«cnity ui ihi- thartv 
illy anj niusiullv II 
iciuiiitti (Mu' of the drrailcd 
BetMlcs .hot dtm't huld that 
ii<!a»l<l It. It rcilly » i gotid 

>ng. Thi- B. tufc I* mme 
I nunisi-(-nl erf earlier TFF and 

■ hotter than nwM t>( ih:- rhr» 
uhum m-vie» fiwlhuinimi;! 
**** 

The fur* 

tov* .Voiijt 

One ill the IciMt eiciimg 
and mast vtraitMontwd Cure 

■(T"> over made A tewig that 
! Smith »Ti)te lor his 
»i>- Mary (Simon Gallup 
wrote the musiet W.itih 
pKking up Fnr the ouisUnJin^ 
B■SMkf'f^v,>f(:h.n:^ 

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Die Krupps Milh NiKrr 

rbb 

I he \tu. hinfrie; ,,/ /, v 

Fairly NMinj: lor iiiJuMr.jl 
dance iTiusic II you ihink 
Nit^let Fbh iv rcpLimv.- x,«u II 
hate this iviK- ^ ; ihr 

dame rk>Y 

Stm Order 
Kim: 

The rcmu of Kun is lairl) 
lame, and the 1^' mu ih not 
miKh more iniereNtin); Tlk- 
real imerevt her ii that there \ 
only 30.0(¥) copies of this 
iccord, » b«)> tt mm >» m>u II 
never see u again. Im|x>ii i: 
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l><'P»ihr Moili 

Vk r , ; 

«>' ' > 1 pini.l iin 

» M' I •■ *.:.ks an.i. a 

I. ' I'mI.- (an\ that I 

I' 'ler surprised A 

l'.|vilh Mixk vmg without 
k,U\ianl\' Well, th:il »-ss >»n!y 
the asou^tii 
rcgudar I?" mn 
a daiw'e ^ : ic 

arc »h.' Hid 

dtlTfreiM u„s^ a«^iui-K 

Ihe J«%itt aad Maryrhaia 

Ktuff from a UuH 

Ihv" nc* siru'lv trititi Ihc 
Je.ii- iiiil (fu- M.in..hjin is 
pr. '■ itiiss hei»een 

t)i Ihaik Iriimihrif 

lirM aiiHim and the mush 
cahncr mmwIk ol narl>Uad\ 
It* a Rood ionp hut lu^ as 
memotjhie as llitpcv Wlun « 
/ifj(«i The ini(>orl (T) siOj-le 
has three more Irjsis. 
in^iudin): the (it.ii iM.lij.tii.il 
r, nrifuii:'n ai> ' ilie 

IrmplalioBii' 

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Ih, Sn.,,,^, 11 ', .' 

Kal. '■ ■•! . I.. I the 

first Inn, - ^ vsiih d 

net* tinjjii „ up i,> ii> 

iiile Here\ hiding ili.ii ihi 
loiihtommf; alf>um is n»i ,i 
.li..inv.ir,!rTi ni \ .-real •«•(. 



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Local band gives rock experience 



By Brandon Rirli 



I n t.rdi' K Koek 
I sprrirmr" 

I Ills 1^ »Il.ll .1 ■., .il 

band niim.-.t in (Jcdi !.ii. 

Vh rttti-n on ill . .! i^i. ,f ' i 



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Rn>u(- . 
originals 

Realirs . 

A'-'i,',.*:/' -^ ,;nii SHt V.riJ .Site 
S'.tui jIiHi^ vmh si»me jutpular 
Rl'.Sil tunc!i HiKh »s fivme 
m ihr limcUak;. and Hjiriiiiv 

I n ( .,<ti » xn^inal snnts 



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iMaciit every fW'k n n-llijii 
The band soomsis kI 




P*M»m ky arxXMi aicft 
En Gadi from Ml to ngM Man Fultor. Ere FuNw and Jaton Jamm 



"-'.jit fuller on 

k.i.i iunjs and vocals. Jason 

James on ba«t, and 60'>. 

1 •. -vc, fnc Fuller on I'mms 

kiualty came out ihi th, 

' iii.f showed cuTyiiiie 

hippy dances it-.e 



If anyone it imeieacd in 
wcing En Gedi. they will be 
pljyini; at the Slay Out West 
NiRhUluh or Ijke Street, in 
Hanover FVk. on Oct 22 at 7 
I'm I suggcvt you vhow up, 
and lixik forward to "A Rock 
[;\pene»KC " 



At Olsten, Students can 
jet part-time jobs that leave 
fime for Chemistry 101. 



Htwte faaM hMi dHMk Mm (Mpcn. 
memaon tmt tion-y 'aUMumcubr 
Hu if ^ aani ID cvn eon oidi ai imU. fiomr ID (Nam 
tew ipaoaba n tinkig tanpurary lite Ihii aie dail 
kxaAyrftatoB 

>alii tfut Ik jQur italt And wwndMkilc Job 
tui wS fl^gar iw n a viMfr Dlimik ONUMnnA Joti 
that (Af up pw And (ood taqamncr 

So flan diluting te kcmte of Obw 
lai^nnuy lute The inhi lui iMie you cnDii|}i Har 
^ 'f Ihr impinaiit twip m life 



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Entertainment 7 



Tears For Fears won't make you cry 



By Micharl Watkirwio 
-if Knlrrlainnicnt Kditof 



When you liimk hock to lh<' 

uuMC of I^XS. iberc are only a fcvi 

croups l>ul may cooh; t(> inind lijrs 

Vat Fran n one of ihcm Rvl ; 

Ihcir iL'bul album S«n{\ Frnm Ibr 

Bit Chair they pnm-J ihcmulviN a 

■i.iMhv riKk hariil b_s piuMiImi; mi. h 

.IS S'*i/>u/ aiKl /• II "-v^''./* II .' 

. ;V WVir/./ IVin'li- ^lill uk , m. 

idK) all thf way up »hik' lnumtiK m 

\^cll. Trar* For F»ar<t lans 

lit years they vc linally mme 

'iiljnd Or/aht-l (leaJ vixals. 

Is, guitar) and Niky Holland 

luynianb. hacking vtnalsl have IcaOKll 



■m and hr«>u)!ht us a nc* 
1 lif Stt&s tif l.otc 

A(|H.atnn; al>t) 4W1 ilk" album arc I'lnl 



Cullins (drums) and siml .Kri.ai. I lieu 
AXilis 


iHUH'al 


Will, 1', 1 Ihr Srrds 
<if 1 use 1 had J tol 1. 


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Ih» Strdi of 1 

surpiisi- c^^rn ihe bi^;^, . 
1 e.u - l.ui lis mw really rosL ai..t i. 
h , iiHTC ta"/**'"!^ goinx-l/rivk an.! ilII 
Ihk' allium IS diiru' elo^uenily S<' 
t!oi|ui nily . in last, thai you m.i. 


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I Ihr >rfd< 



K..y 



- Un^ .10 i\\r Ciirnfr of the third 
• J. sjx'aks of hardship and broken 
.ms lor the down and out The 

.'Wini! Mtng. S^ord and Knivti, 
uiks about how life and Ihe world can 
slab st>meone from behind Then, after 
you re already depressed enough, the 
album closes with a song with uplifting 
lyrics, but disgustingly depressing 
music called famoas Lust Itoriit IXm'l 
listen 10 this side when you re real 
dcfvesBud' 

When listening to Tbc Stt4t 
of l.osf . one musl keep an open mind. 

!■ l^ awellortrat Steslo 

■^ hllercntm i' i It's 

■ lis one ot tne hcM .iinumv ol the 

ir fears For Fear* wont make you 

^is with ihisorw- 



Steve and Gary celebrate 



Bji Marie Hook 



Steve Uahl and ('<arry NKicr 
afternoon disc jockc'y son Wl I'Ps AM 
1000. celebrated their ten year 
anniversary in front of a capacity crowd 
11 ihe Chicago Theatre on Friday. 
■< ptembcr 1^ From their now famous 
: "'^'.'. at tl>e urinals m a gay bar lo 
■ wly iciej.scd dkHibk sas.setic."A 
Pelade Ot S»r»ire I>.ihl jnd Meier 
chronicled their iet< Iter in 

Chicago 

Supplemeniinii; ihis len year 
1 hrcnology were Sieve's various 

il accomplishments Irom 

iti)H Sieals to Air Pie Inclutk'd 
T Tn,* SU'so jn.l C ■ * ' ' ■ - 

re-crcaiKins o( ilk- i : ihem 
':•"■— 's juch as. Ii,.v. , Iition 

lo Iran, and Dahl s on jir 

n)v. ti) lunie J few 



Clilf and his Solid Clifl 
Uancers" maile a special appearance, and 
Dahl » three sons. Pal. Mike, and Malt. 
>t«>le ihs- sh4iw as they loined their dad 
on \U(^\: in a leiu!.. ' ' '■■>■ 

fl,.vv 

Other (:lK^.^ ...wu,.>.. ^...n^ 
Camty, alio featured on ihc Jonathan 
Bnaickneicr Show . Stanley I jwrence ;ukl 
a 'How lo Talk Black" segment, 
(woducer Rick Kaemphcr. Hamburger 
)im ami nuny othi'rs 

ITie show ended wilti .1 t""' limit 
rendition of Uahls lale^i 
comnH-morating their ur 
Meier joined Dahl in sin^iinj; iik- tnui 
%ftM- Thanks to all our friends for the 

li.irl . 
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Culture Quest 



By MiehatI Waickirwirz 
K.nlrrlainmrnt F.dilor 



Did you know a small tropical plant. Madagascar periwinkle. 
pmserae* a drug cffetuvc enough 10 help ueal leukemia and Hodgkins 
diNTjsr. tfiree tropical plants have been found which conuin chemicals irt»le 
to delcai the AIDS virus, everyday destruction drives an average of 100 
s[i.-. .,x . .1 i>i.iriK ui.l animals » e«untlion. filly atrci o( tropical forest land 
I Mnute HVi, of tbc worlds animal and plant life live m 

i: ' Did you know we that we are dcsuoying our rain 

tiiresls ' 

In hghi of Ihe recem Greenpeace leiclute some Mudcnts may have 
bcionie more inieresu-d m the subject The Field Museum of Natural 
H).(.ii> has been sponsoring lectures cm related topics Topics such as 
Fstinciion. Biodiversity ol life, and the population decline will be talked 
about if there is anyone interested in attending a lecture or for further 
iniormaiion. call (Wl) .122-K8M. 




"With an onataifc peraonalUy best described as a sort 
of three-women Bcttc Midler, heavy on btunor and 
funky clothes.., the ChcniUe'a repertoire encompasses 
rock, pop, show tunes, blues. Jazz and their own 
tongs, and emphasizes eiqulsltc three-part 
harmony,' 

Martin F. Kohn 
Defrott FYcr Press 

•Raw emotion plus silliness hit the mark. The 
ChcnlUck know how to play the heart against the 
banbone." 

The KDcning ^onl 
News and Coyxricr 

"It's an awttil lul of fun to Ustcn to thcra." 

Garrison KclUor 

'Their voices co-mlngle magically, creating a three- 
part harmony that angels would envy. 

Dclroil .Vonthly 

Appearing one night only! 
8 P.M. Saturday. October 7 

Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts 

Summit Drive and Schaumburg Road 

Schaumburg. Illinois 

Call the Prairie Center Box Office weekdays 

from 10 a.m. to I p.m. for tickets. 

(Visa. MasterCard accepted) 

Call 894 3600 



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Student Profile 



Meet Dean Morgan 




DsanMongan 



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Bt rhtllU BrMoa 
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Ho* Wm\ Mvirf.Mn liml^ iiiiiv- 
lo ^llx■p IS hi:>i)nj tmnpiihcnMiin 

Tm an m^mtnui \w ..uJ mi 
I i^'iW slivp iJi.il nuKh, 

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■'"nif rci»M>n I'm in^filveil." he 

...1,1 I . I M. I. Iiilp pciipk I'm kind 
.1 .1 |>...(>l.- iHTNon and I like U) Kc 
itmlvcil m ihinps II stvmod ii> he the 
K -I .vuircjih availjhle to help pciiple 

I like U'jniiiij; .ihi>ul [voplc 
and how ihey ati il ^ real not 
something; j >m rca«l oul o( a hi«ik 

Mnrpan plan^ lo put this 

>; fknct lo RiHxl u-ic His maK* i^ 

il .Aris »uh a secondary in 

, 11, ,1,1 1 .1,,. .1,,,,, Ho hopes 1.1 

r pradiulinn 

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kiiiiutjlji a^lisiiKV ai'td iiis:ci> iv^rs 
M.xulu .(i ^ IS prn. Morgan iiSki^^tv 
..I irtc!. ti» \lay on lop i>l 
* dti "I make sure they ik' 
: i help iiul i( Ihev need il. 
' iiiii^i im|x>runi thing this 
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I uith li^hlN and 
I>J s and monoy 
roatung e«iiMesis 



What's happening? 



I want your ideas and suggestions! If you know 
an interesting person, or belong to a club or an 
organization and would like your club listed in the 
Club Notes, just drop a line to the Happening Editor 
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Happriting Kdilar 



German Day 

IV (irrin,ui tX'i'jflnii "i "ill 

shtni .1 li!:ii Ihc »vVk l>l (Kl.iKf 

r << u.K 11^- (icraiiui minu.; iT.i. 

Ik ihc I niU'd SUIC» III h 
Cn-mijn VmoritJit tta) I 
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Tlic fwM Ciciiniiii imntiiior.; 
I at Pcnn't bniJin^ in 
Iphia in IMtl and icllkd 
m ^'Ormanunwn. PA 

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my in ihc Ro«" liaiikn in 
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Poetry Contest 

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Dudas 

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12 Sports 



Harbinger 



Octobers, 1989 



Hawks downed by 



Bv M^rk UetliB 
siaff V\rit(r 



For the (irM liriK in l»ii and a lidit 
years. Hjiper College liiM i 
Central Ciimmuiiity Coikgr i 
(ipfioocm. In a hafrf foughi ,i, .iim 
halllc. the H<i»Il« •.unumhcJ tn (ulUty 
of DuPapc (COUl 14 ^ v>n li' 

Harper Coach. Ji*n ' J lo 

he carrcii in his cumiH'. > mu^ 

>%i-ik ihal who ever «tie»» up iJic ka»l 
Kill Kin Citing turnovers at a majtw 
factor. Elustk sutid. "We made emwgh 
nisiafcci against a gooii (ootMl tcani hi 
■01 win ' 

COO Coach. Bi>h MacDoufiO. tgned 
isymg, 'When ever hoili leanu play wed. 
Iivnovcrs will kill you." 

Harper I defense uoii the ricld after 
the opening kick-off and imnifdiaicly 
came up with a finnbtc recovery This lead 
to Janics HayMood's 1^ yard TD run. 
opening the sionng. Haywood had 107 
yante for the day to lead aU tMchen. 

Then the Hawk defenm rctov«»ed 
another COD fumhie alter the OupairaJs 
had hct-n liwced back to their Vvard lin; tw 
perullu'% However, a niiNud licM isttal 
was the only rcviilf 

With the ChaparraK offonvc .nil 
faihng to move, Harper got iht- Kill hkk 
Skillful running by Lorcn/o Buller and 
e«celknt receiving by Juan Taylor led to 
amHher field goal aitempi K^kir T 
Hills » yard uy Niuiu^J ii( it 
nghts aiMi felt wide 

Chris Swadman got ihc hafl bach for 
Harper early in ihe ^Cll>lKl ijuancr on an 
imetccplion. But a tumble on (ounh ((i>wn 
gave possesion baik lo COD Tticir 
offen^te drove in »*iih the lu-ln' 
Rodnguc* r.iri,-- .in.! ('t " 
wiphtHnorc i{uan 
snuck It in to lii 
hall 

A big •!' 

HayWiSXl at the NUn Ol UW ^^t.'lui n-n. 

saw Harper move Mo poiiUnn for anoUx t 
fieid goal. The attentpi from m ^ ,uu * , 
also mivsed 

In the ncM Mtuv HariH 
back Kevin l-crry made a tine (kleriMvi- 
rlav to save a povsiMc TT> Wnh inx^l 

■rage on his recciwi ' 

able K) break up . 
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Team effort pays off 



By Kric Bineham 
Staff Writer 



Harpers volleyball team added another 
win to n< tc. iir.l la.sl week with a vKiorv 
over". 1V1I.15H 

I : .ly. the La..l> H.i*k. 

absorbed tw u more losses, losing ^ - 1 ^ i i ' 
15 to Elgin and »-lS. •♦IS. K l< i- 



lull. I " {Kankakee. 

;>laycd well." said coaeh 

Julu, . Kuchn of the WauN— r-^- 

match Sept. 2lt at F.lgin "H 
iWaufxmsecl not real stnmg ollen-^ 
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i.irpcr IV 
■i- Ul, .me will short ol last year » total 

"The girls have an cxccltetu atuiude. 
Ellefsiin Kuehn said "I think wc will do 
w-cll Ihe second half of the season.' 



Lady Hawks 
to defend 
title at 
conference 
meet 

By Krk Biaghani 

Staff Wrktr 

'RcaliMkaily I ibmk we're the 
third best team m conliereiice,* said 
Itaper'i wonen's tennis cuach Knhy 
CtHMberfauB. 'With our loss to tehet 
dropping us lo founh. I waM u U 
nnove up a spot al dK meet." 

The Lady Hawks {iH cMteCMC. 
4-.^ overall) finisb their North OeMnri 
Community College Conference 
(N4C) lonipouiion this weekend u 
the con.crcncc meet at IIIukhs Valley 
(IV>. IV will defend its' title agaiasi 
lop dtreais College of Daftfe, Jobct 
and Hsrpef. 

I think we'll do well if we don't 
^ll IV right off the bat." Chamberlain 
said. 'I don't ibmfc we can finish I'lrsl 
Ihaugh.* 

Harper fell to fourth in the 
conference with a 1-7 loss to Jolici 
Sept. 2H t>cspiic the loss. Lu 
Marque/ sttMid out for the Lady 
Hawks, winning second siagiei and 
combining with Lisa Berg lo COMC 
away with a fir^t doubles victory. 

'Liz had a good day,' 

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rsdlly 

Berg won her opening scl at first 
singles, but line proMetns. according 
to Chamberlain, ifrcctcd htt game and 
she lost the next two sets and the 
match. 

"We went iMo the ouHch taking 
it loo lightly,' Chamberlain said of 
the loss. "Mentally wc lusi weren't 
ptrparcd." 

The defeat could hurt the Lady 
Hawks when socdmgs and parings are 
drawn for dtc ctnterenoe mea. 

"Wc re not where we wanted lo be 
right now," said Chamberlain 'If wc 
can get the right seeds and Uk nght 
parmgs. we can beat tlicsc people. 
The kids arc hungry. We jusi have to 
do what we're capable of." 

Leading the way for Harper will 
be Berg, Ktonjucz and third singles 
Kim Hauscr. 

'Wc have some good players on 
top, but we're not real strong al our 
lower levels," Chamberlain mldcd. 
"Wc have to be more consisicnL 

"VJc do have one thing going for 
us and that's our positive attitude. 
That can keep us m it." 

In other action. Harper defeated 
Sauk Valley 6 3 for the Laily Hawks' 
only nan -conference win. 

'Wc played one of our best 
inaiches of the year,* said 
Chamberlain "Kim played one of her 
finest mau'hes Wc also did some 
changing around in our posituins in 
second doubles that seemed to work.* 

The six malih victories were all 

straight sets The dircc losses may 

have been avoided but fifth aiaslcf 

player Julie Ncsczyk wasnt aMe lo 

1 I>iic. forcing sixth singles 

; V n Hurlado into her pusiuon. 

! hud doubles forced Hurtado to 
play wiiliout Ncst/yk with whom 
she's portictpaicd widi all year. 




HBBinGER 



October 12. 1989 



William Raincy Harper College 



VOL. 24, NO 9 



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Harper plans expansion 
of day-care center 



B; Erik Wsritr 

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: icr for chilAood edauNiiM stmfcnu u 

>rk m. 

tbrper President Paul ThomiMoii Hid 

atts will not be used 10 buiU the coHrr. 

which will cost m oitiniMcd SJ miUMm. 

To pay fof ihc ceMCT. the college will try 

the college ha» m m- 
unipu.* ccnicr, capable of handtmf; 50 
childien. The new builJm); will K- j 



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Measles outbreak 



By Erik Wantr 



To avoid mctutlei ouibreidu. college 

.JcMt ihoald have ooi one. but two 

■ft of memki vaccniaiiaa. M«r>l^>nd 

iscd American Collcfc Hcatih 

vocialjon (ACHA) announced Uitt 

month. 

'Most calle«» matketM ktrm bad erne 
.....iii.ui<uil b> (Ik Umc t^.. 

icgc).' (ud Anae Htticy ^ 
Thtt Khool year. ib«c i..^-. ..^... .. 
: >i ttnee Mcasln cases ic|MHtcd. ihic ctf 

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Adrian Belew rocks Harper 

Th« $tag« wM MN IMI Saltirday raghl lor Adnan BalMi and hi* opanng act 
Howard L»»v Lavy ««t »ha mood tor a night ot imarnadonal muaie wl»ie*t was 
Highlightad by Bataw partormtng ixxk aongt to a capadly c'owd Bataw faalurad 
tonga horn hw moat racam abum. Ik. Muale Haad. Tha ancora tbowcaaad 
BatoaH Itfam uang diglM a0aeli on his guitar 

•lory on page 3. 



Senate chooses representatives 

Student committees helps Harper make policies for campus 



•y Aatboay Ctarcia 
Stair Writer 



Student ScnMc choM RfmseMMWC* 
hM Fndiy lor the commiuaM on cmfm. 

Theae cvmnmiee* are die ina» poUcy 
jt Kgment o( Harper Cofiege. 

Amoaf the more important 
coaMailiees are: Imtiiutional Planning. 
Honon, Smdem CtiiK)ui.t. Fnvuonmental 
Hiahh and Safety, and Fa ulty I valkumn. 

Typically a commmec will have 
Mvea iaculty and adnumstrauos i 
Md oac or two siudcni mcmben. 



CoNlfnitlecs arc the main sov. min^ 
bcKl) (i( tlai[H; ' ,> 

basiv 

Student parity i(uiivn Ivn been a iMge 
twoblem on n>mc o( ih^w nfnate 
comffiaccs. 

InMituiional Pbnnoi); i 
lor lietting medium and kwigrangc gtjai- 
for lUrpir Ilw tommuux tafcis their 
plans and (orwardi Uicm lo the Board of 
Tnu(ie«*. the policy audMiK branch »< 
llniKr. 

Honon cKjiirs. markets, mi cmcmc* 
Honors clanw<i It i« ripccied M Dart a 



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trachcn pcrfocMwce. Thew ionM are 
hooded out at die end of each aeaKaier. 

Committees arc formed before 

tticlmts arc ajipoimfd Prirr lo a SluJcnt 
1 mccling. a I.. • the 

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War 01 Ilw 

Happening 4 starring mich««i oougiM. 

Editorial 5 *<*We«" Tumtr, and Danny 

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Classified 6-7 

Sports 8 

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INC. Columnists' rise 
to success 



By Sutan rhilip 


aaid Graiicau. 'm ihc ic e >>t I'lnnmg ma 


Staff VVrilrr 


o( itcmii." The pair i« a.'.iji help. 


Phyllis Brntoii 


ixmcvcr They recen i Wilen. 


Happening Ixlitor 


and hei*cen 70 i ■ calU 




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In the hosd.i> ol H>]11>»ikhI. |;l)^slp 


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•uolved tu contirni a personal 


Panons could makr or break movie Mar~ 


1 Al kjM l*o rcluhle souitcn 


and muguls. 


nil. t , riitirni j ' ' : ' in 


In the current h kj^o 


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Kathy O Nbllcy and 1 m. »i 


IS v' '■'■■' '■ 


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Kalhy OlMallay and Hanka GrollMu WOW 
tha audianc* 



Speaking bclnre ihc .luJience at 
H,irp<.r r,,ii ■.• on Friday. CK:iot>cr 6. 
()\U!L. .111.' iiiuticaudiscuiwd whMgOH 
iniu ihcir 1$ item column. publi<>>icd sit 
timci a week. S2 ltmei> each year. 

A m^ior KMirce of ttreu for dicm. 



: ncndthip. h«)*cva. 

tMS^ .1 (HI nUHII.II I. '|>S'Ct- I ■' " ''^ 

p.iin>iakini; icsejrch iiul, 

I i\t.ii.-v jcscrihes their »■ - 

; Ijin and \arca-viiv. dtjitcau a* 
i.m i>r hitchy. luughly." 

Aiinbutins their niccciis lo a catain 
aflKHini ol luck and 'extra hours and km 
of hard wiirk,' O'Malley and Gralieau 
look U) the future OMalley is leaning 
toward r;idio broadcasting while Graucan 
(oeb "amKhct npponunity will ctmte up.' 

There are tome days I duo t warn to 
fo to wo)i.' lakl GnKlcaa. "But the good 
days ouimnilKr the bad.' 



Exploring the Harper 
children's music program 



tj Jmay Bakoa 
Staff Writer 



When yuu were httlc. did you ever 
want to pljy a musical insirumcnl^ At 
Harper, yount; children can sun iht-.u quest 
for nuBical cApcriensc. 

Kaihy Albcrgo is the director of Uk 
■MOk program. This curricula offers 
music lessons (or many iy|< 
imuumenls inchtding ptaiK) 

There is a wide range of ages lor 
tesMMis: lourio-dvcyear-oldit at the 
preschool level, students aged sii to 
seven, high school students, college 
mlents ht credit or non-cicdit. adults and 
Kniorciti/eiui 

All private half-hour lessons for 
insirumcnts cost SI 70 lor 16 weeks. 

Albergo indicated that stitdcnls who 
study piano " Icam the basics and then go 
on to another instrument at a later age. 
They're well-trained and very ready lo 
start' 

Every student who takes piano 
lessons gives two reciuh a year The 



MiKiem gcu u choose ilie picus of aMBK 
they warn to play llie pefformMces aie 
heU on Sundays "This is the m«si 
accctsiMe tune for parcnl:^." said Alberjio 
Tjch program, with aNiui 2"i students 
[vrluiimnj;. lasts about 4S nuiiuics 

The students also participate in a 
Festival where ihcy memoiiM throe pi«c«* 
and pljs them in front of a iikIi-i- Th<- 
10 slink ni. 
iiul have 
stKiiplclcd three years ol music Icsmnis 
Hie judge ihcn listens to the siudems and 
grades them on how m ' played 

their piece Students ; , .lonors 

have their names listed in j iv ss sietier. 

The teachers who have i:rttup lessons 
make each class tun antl interesting lor ihe 
seven K> ten siudenLs present One student 
who IS in a group lesson said. 1 love ni> 
class It's very nHclcsung The thing 1 like 
best It the teacher doesn't always chouse 
the same person t to perform » " 

An appreciation of musK learned at a 
ymmt age can lead to a well trained 
lofdiefttuvc. 



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Mr, Musichead plays Harper 






•y Tony ChiaiMMie 



SoatV/riitT 

AdiiiHi Ekttew sMisficd a cjpx ity 

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Movie Preview 



ByMieharlWwkitwJci 
Kwtf taiiiBwi F.ditiir 

This summer has hccn 
called the best summer m 
cinema history. 'Righifully 
Mi.' says Ihe general puWk 
What oiher summer could 
hnng you such classics as 
.u'luin-adveniurc flickt tike 
BalnuD and Indiana Jones 
■■d Ihr Last Crusade. 
comedies like Parenlbood 
and Honey, I Shrunk tke 
Kids, and scifi s such as Tkr 
Abyss" 

Thrv ijM will be takinf 
a litihier lone. Ihcrc woni be 
IS many acuon-advcniurcs or 
sci-li s, but ihcrc will be more 
dramas and comedies-- 
dramadies. if you will So 
people who are looking fur 
somelhing terribly esciiing 
may not get that, but here's a 
preview of what you will gel 
in the fall of l<)«9; 

The Fabulous n^ik-r n.,„ 

October rclrasr 

Ihc Fabulous Baker Boys" is 

KhiI a rouple of cotkUil 

' playing biolhers 

Hrid.«ci>«liiMc 

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Pfictlcri. Romance, 
comedy, drama, nusiral. 



Vht» Wllalpt I ..m. 
Oclokcr rrleaiic 

< auttonary (able aKiul a man s 
disrespect to the rutural world 
as seen ihniugh the eyes of two 
children during the days of 
Wdtld War I. Drama. 

Wurlh Mmnlip 
October Ketcase 
Taylor Worth (.Mark HanrKW). 
a icIcvLsicm weather man who 
happens to also be one the 
most eligible bachelors around, 
gctit mucd up into one of his 
btiddy's concocted schemes to 
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drama. 

Eatniifs. A i.iis» «f|^ry 
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A post World War II film 
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emotionally involved with 
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N)(Ki» to be hu sesond wife, 
the second is his mistress, and 
the third is his tirsi wite who 
w«s bclicval dcdil and has cunc 
badk imo his lile Drama. 

War of IK, u„.,y 
December release 

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Editorial 5 



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Overheard... 

"The world roolve* 
around WillU NcKon." 

"I have yet to meet a 
rational romantic." 

"I like it. No, riall.\. I 
really like it." 

"Isc 'cm v%hilo \ou uol 
'em." 

"Don't touch m> hot." 

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water i>u! of the ice?" 

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"12 foot aliens in 
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Racism can be done away with 



Webster's. r.Ki. in m.;.ii'> in |: i.. u. 
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Scnaiw CotJcn isicJ Uk: IS ScaMe 
loi ■> U <* milium in atd cllcnivs Fiscal 

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(vcn -turn n ' ■ • ' 
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this raises a question, ho* (,I,i »i? (;.i 
abuut coding racial diwruninouon ' 
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Harper employees respond to accusations 



Kc (»>•<•-■ lo (,V ilt>i:riimUT(l whisttcc 
an»f ' 

AlicniHm I .hik-s jikl I i.micnKn o< the 

PlC4». 

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hctdfc piAUcaum n anta K> acUcvc 
■he nandM of MC«tloicc eiiiDCioi] in 

this "institution n( higber cducatiai.' 

MainleaniK* DvpsrUMeM SMfT 



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Iliathtiwhi-- 

her. WW* serious insult. She further 

cbiRWthat ihi^ vk.is .■ nicmhernf ihc 

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L. .itK>ul iho issue of 

sexual naia>sjncm as anyone, but to he 
accused outnght and as a group is unUir 
,„.( ~.-.i,iK-tal. 

[Illusion. VIC liofK ih.ii ml thi' 
lliirlnnurr » ill leave 
uriUHindcd accusauoos to the tabloids 
and sUkklo responsible journalism. To 
entourage llicse petty compbmt.s » ill 
detract fnim the real issues dial u-e all 

\ours. 
Mriiiltiis itf the llliniiit 
Kducation AMiKialiiin, and SV..K 



I Jo not 
> bunch ot "cudc. 
. ■' -Ls.*!* jhe «o 

kindly put It. .md kouU like to see 
name «hnsd o< i:vidcni.-c thai this <ka.s 
iatked a Hwjier en^kvyte and not one ut 
dw aony cwuide comtacioisthai Mork 
■t llorpcT every day- many of whom 
wear Mac uniliirmit unute lo ourt We 



The Uarbingrr would like to 
remind ilt readers that opiniont 
c\[«re«ied llirough Icucm to the editor 
aie the sole opinion of the »ritcr and do 
iwl nrces^inly redect the opinnwi of 
the pjjKi 



Thinking too hard on traffic solution 



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■M trafftr 



Hey MtKtv, Mcl'ly are yon 
in Ihrrc?? .Vs 1 Ln^Kk on ittc head ol 
the Student Senate 

)ust vMcd in and need s.>iniHhing lo 
jump on' lk>y. >w about 

wiving our till I here at 

Harps r' > c.ih. it, ->. ' hml t .i 



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B»rk-up (or minule. Mcl'ly. 
Take a deep breath. ...OK. 
IVhat'ii the prublem? Too much 
traffic or too many students 
sljriing at the uime lime? 

Come on M-Fly. we'ie all waiung! 



Name »ilhhrld upon request 




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HartMnger 



October 12, 1989 



^e iPersonaCs... 



Sam, 

Play soflball or else welt 

OK 

Shern 

The Flat Earth Society, 
Mendrng and Tearmg. to be 
released next week 

Brad, 

Vo hablo la lengua de la soc 
yanthro Majors Ytu' 
Lisa 

Bill. 

Sorry lo hear about your 

father 

Mike 

JJJ. 

What about JJW 

MJW 

Jake. 

The summer ot '90 imagine 
th« possibilriies'' 
Michael 

Jennifer, 

I love you and want 
everyone to know EXCEPT 
I wont give my last name 
because i don't want 
anyone lo know' 
Michael 

Ruatar, 

I'm glad well be getting to 
know each other a lot better 
Lie 
Maic 

Baby Cheeks, 

Thanks lor a wonderful 

nigh|i I hope I didnt harass 

you loo much! 

The chick w/a sense ot 

humor 



Thanks tor EDS' youre loo 

much! 

A Binger Babe w/camera 



To the Maitoon Goons. 

Altention ihe following 
code ot dress is reciuired lor 
e«tracurricuiar activities on 
Friday nigm Vour cra/iest 
PJs your best party 
slippers and-or the wildest 
Roman Toga you can imd 
(f»0 leaves accepted) 

Tadsiar, 

You were Injiy missed while 
you were gone Great things 
have happened m the 
Kingctom, Amen' 

Three Studs, 

Thanks for the dinner We're 
looking lonward lo hating the 
town m 7 diiys' 
Someorw else's broacts 

Map. 

Tough wheels Don't hide 
behind those windows 
Lei s cruze 
Bmue 

Tu, Te VI. pero habtaba con 
oira persona Tal vex nos la 
semana que viene el 
mismo lugar y a la mrsma 
hora? 

Vinca, Ooug, Bob, 
You guys are doing 
awesome Big things are 
going to happen, soon and 
very soon' 
Roommate 



At Olsten, students can 
,et paii-time jobs that leave 
ime for Chemistry 101. 



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Harbinger 



Classified 7 



CLASSIFIED AD RATIS* INFO HGIP Wanted. fOT SQIB 



For Sale 



student personals up »o twe 
line* are tree Student non- 
commercial classified* ore $1 00 
fof tour Hn«s. oddit>of>oi imej 25 
Commercioi dossrfieds ate S4 50 
tor tr>e first four imesot punt, arvd 55 
eocti odditiorxji 

Deadline for doisrfieds ond 
Dersonais is rtoon Thgrsdoy am 
ads must tie preood. eitrier by 
check. Visa or Mostefcord 

Tne HorDirtger will no* De 
responsiDie for typogropriicat 
errors rnode on ods taken over th© 
oh on© 

For rotes ond informofton 
contact More Boike at th© 
HO'Dinger O't'ce :V07.500C, 
ion 2460 

Help Wanted. 

PART-TtMC mCOMC 
$50.000/YR. ♦ POTENTIAl 

My n'iofke'i.''ig opp offefs any 
positive ttiinking college studer^t a 
chonce to ChjW for their future We 
ore a 500 rrrton dollar mfemotionol 
corporation arKl o leader m the 
high growth environment industry 
We offer training, cor attowonce. 
gniy compensoted commission 
' Donus Col Mr Jocob 706^77 



PART-TIME AFTERNOON arxJ 
weekend Come lOin our crew Good 
pay. commissions ♦ bonuses Great 
work environmerjl Apply at Northwosl 
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O'hare area company has 
openings in sMppiNpiraGeivlno. FuH or 
pan time evenings wtli one weekend 
day required Fieiitiie hours/days Ca* 
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Cruis« SMp Jota [ 

HtRINC Men Women Summ»f'| 

Vmt Round l>HOTOG(Mf»«RS 
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THINK SPRING 

Oulgomg' Weliorgani/ed' 
Promole & escort our FLORIDA 
SPRING BREAK trip GOOD PAY S 
FUN Call Campus Marketing 1800 
423 5264 



Opporiunity Knocks' 

Excellent opp to make $13,000 
to 25,000 yr part time' Set your own 
hours Work Irom home or oHice II 
interested please caH Mike Mak A 
628 9393 



Fraternities, sororities, campus 
organizations, highly motivated 
ffidividuals travel tree plus earn up to 
$3000* sponsoring trips Stjdenl 
Cause ' Cancun South Padre Isiarvl - 
Cotorado Ski 1800 258 9191 



TfUfMABKniNG 

So houmpurg- Posed 
compony seeks enthusiostic reps 
to moke oppomtments for soles 
executives by coiling on area 
busiriesses Work 9 om - 3 pm M f 
S5.50/hr ♦ commission ♦ bonus 
Cod Mr. Ckatk. 6194800. 



GOVERNMENT JOBS S 16.040 
S59.230/vr Now h.nng CoN 1-805- 
6«7-6000. Ext R-1053. for current 
federal list 



Retail 

Crate & Barrel is accepiirtg 
applications lor pan time slock 
positions and tioorslockers 

Enthusiastic hardworking individu-: 
apply within Crate & Barrel Wootfiekl 
Mall Can 619 4200 e o e 



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tun at your vvoki 8e your own Poss. 
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•1 Dodge pop top van. 4 speed 
ii.ck V 8 AMTM casette. trailer h.ich 
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S2500 Call Mike @ 882 2865. eves 



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Apple 2GS with printer and 
monitor Can Dave @ 883 0395 

Situations 

Straight female roommate warded 
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Heights $400 .monlh includes 
utilities, food, cable TV Call after 4 pm 
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Word processing lerviCOS 
Term popers- resumes, cover 
lertters. etc Low rotes' Delivery 
Co* Lort» 705-1673 



LEGAL SERVICES 
FREE CONSULTATION 

for ail your iegoi needs 
Including, out. personal injury, 
divorce and reoi estate Phon© 
517-2608 Evenir>g ond weekend 
oppoinfm©nfs ovoiioble Low 
Offices of Becker & Packer 2300 
BiBmngton Rd . Suite 400. Hoftmon 
E ttotes 

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Typing don© out Of my horn© 
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yourtduQMon So a^mn you ^ a n rt u to n pofw i . wt 
mMi* fvory flMort to Mt tfut tw MnMon « tmooti lor 
oonkrMnQ your iluttn 

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putor Sctonoa. Eoonomci. Jnvmlwm. Munc, Thsaiira 
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8 Sports 



Hartxnger 



October 12, 1989 



Hawks scalp Apaches 

Harper dominates Illinois Valley 41-12 



ByMarkDtvta 
Staff Writer 



Harpers Md»li!i (lamiiulcd 
Illinois Valley's Apache* 41-12 
on October 7 

tirLMking uvij) Uom a hiaiS 

defeat bM week. Head CtMKh 

John Eiiasik was ptetHd M the 

rt.v,;,.-n. .■ h,« i^im ihowod. "Tlie 

«k .: back from tati 

-jj for oureiM^oJ- 

run in ' Vinc'Cnl 

n. ;hf Apjihcv head 

((M«.b, said Wc were aWe lo 

aiove a btl, but Harper wai jwti 

aO over us.' 

Alter the opcmng Imk oft, 
niinoi<i Valley move4 the ball 
well rc(\ jicilly paising inio 
Hjrpir liirnuiry Howc»cr. on 
x ir 'tetimd running pby, the RB 
•ughed up the hail on a vwecp 
gi«ing HarjxT possi'iMon 

James Hayoinl P' \,iri1'. 
all day. and I , 
worked the 

rushing lo the goaiine v>iin > .' 

left in the fir<il quancr. Bullet 

*»v- fn If for the Tl) lo open the 

. and Tyler Hill made the 

; . ml for Harper lo lake ihf 



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llliRois Valleys iie»i 
offensive tenet was short lived. 
Thomas Fuhler ■tackrd the QH 
fofting ihf 
Ha^kit ini. 
nn 11 Jiuri ij- 
>ariti li'C mHi! 
(ceoiul Tl' ■ .' 

i^aantt. a. 
was pood .i' 
«lo»nh> 1- 

On di-! 
up wilh Atiuinio Nulii'ii 
;inpl!ii;r kkV Hi-'a;'',.'! !!!■ 



then the 1; 
presented ' 
pultuig I 



IhkJ punlc.1 't 
farasJimni 
^< vards li'i 



ind mlird di» nf K'ld Our 



irjvr Kot Ok- ball tack and < 



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. lit til at 



"The way they came 
back from last week 
was critical for our 
end-of-season run- 
i in" 

John Eliasik 



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liiurih div.'.n 

Sjodjn v.-.r 



Harper but wa.s inicacpccd. Jim 
Bear came on as the Apache QB 
and hit Aaron Dunlop for M) 
\.inK HciiiiTi HunJ ^jvcdtheTO 

i- tin fourth down 

I'uiti iMin Iheirend 

'■'< and another fourth down 

1 lire lor Illinois Valley. Thi.\ 

run ihc tlock out. 

,141 12. 



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I ivk up .1 lii> 



■ipiT lace'> 

1 . .1.1.1* at iheir 

^n uiiiqiw tk-ld in Palos Hills 

li.i X \.ml Us a bii; game ioi 

' ,y have to K-al us lo 

:»>! ai ibe plasolls. so ii 

;. t tv a » alkover. ■ The H.; -^ i - 

mlo llu- puinc wilh an i> , i i 

• i;.,l <l m 

Aill beat I 



Fall Sports Schedule 

October 12 Volleyball vs. Oakton 
October 13-14 Golf Region IV Tournament 



October 14 

October 17 

October 18 
October 19-21 
October 23 
October 24 
October 26 
October 28 
October 31 
November 11 



Football vs. Moraine Valley 
Volleyball vs. Olive Harvey 

Tennis vs. Oakton 
Volleyball vs. Sauk Valley 



OesPlaines-5pm 

Fox Bend 

Palos Hllls-lpm 
Chicago 

Home-3pm 
5:30pm 



Ogiesby-5pm 

Lisle 

Rock ls.-3pm 



Volleyball vs. Illinois Valley 

Tennis NCJAA Regionals 

Football vs. Augustana JV 

Volleyball vs. Wright/Kishwaukee Home-5:30pm 

Volleyball vs. Daley Chlcago-4pm 

Football vs. Triton Home-lpm 

Volleyball vs. Elgin/Highland Freeport-6pm 

Football Region IV Playoffs 
Football Region IV Final 



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H at il:lf iini in the 
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plit Hliun\ fur ! 

S|Mii l\ f dltoi . 

S|Mii Iv ^Vr itei %, 
Sput U (hutuitiu- 
ptiei\,ui uiiyoiielo 
help u% fill ltil« 
p.i«e. 

4n\one iiiter- 
e%lefl %liuiil(i roii- 

l.lt I I«ll i III 1 i%«l dl 

the t*ti Uiiiiifi of- 
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CENTERFOLD 



PULL-OUT 



International Week ^^ 

October 2t - 27 S 





HRBinGER 



October 19. 1989 



William Rainey Harper Colieg* 



VOL 24, NO 10 



_ Campus roads under repair 

Features ;:.:^^.:.3^^^ I Construction scheduled to finish this week 

Editorial 5 

Entertainment 7 ■ ■jf"''"""" 

Happening 8 

C!la««ifioH a in H f'ctmiclcc iliiw ihc irriul.ir ,U:' 

wiaaameu S-IU H sum.una.ng HaJixr. .xun*r npjir ami 

Sports 12 I ^ht'uliltv fmishoil IjIlt iJirsaivl 

Also ini. lulled m ihc r 

proicci IS A Biiulciaril. ihc i. 

off Algi>ni)uin road ^om^ ii'».iia A 

BiuUimif 



Features 



• Disabled Student 
Services 

Harper serves more 

Qisabied studerits than 
any campus m Illinois 



Pag* 4 



Entertainment 



•Burgundian 
Consort comes to 
Harper 

Group made up of 
Richard Simons, Albert 
Rawlins. John Pellegrin 
and Ronald Rendek. 



Page 7 



b) ItirpCTl 

U $I47.(KH' 

Arro» Ri»j»l s 
a contrx. t<ir bav,l 



I > t -IS (•vfitn^lii.f 



hi'jijn roiu'hiv il 



Arrow siill has lo lie (Jo»n n 

a "lOttd labrit." on Pfnmck-i Drive l\ 
il puis £k>*n Oic fiful layer of a.s(>luli 

"Ptlromai help* lo rcLird tra.ks m 
ihc pavcmcm," aid Ready h has ui Iv 
dry l<i Fiut il in " 

Krstirtacini; irf ihc nxkl is vhiilulcJ w 
be umipUicd by this SatunUy. eiijing (he 
ifouMe 11 hj» caused many motonsiv )u 
Harper 

h's niec to sec ihe^ 
mmeihinj;. hul iis |ihe u--.,' 
iiviwuenieike Nxjuw ii 




P»nmi!»r diw* wai lorr< up last month by contlruction crawt to prapar* lot tha 
'eiu-larinf) wnjd Nrmg dona " • — 



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espe. ...i. ,! 

lotlli liatumf.a I'ut ' 
Slid. "They have the n. 
Muehi mil kv in iw«i yeji , i.,,. , 
tn-m m>» Only 75^ |ei 



Willson. iKcdi i(. bul il ihould be done white ihc 

nji! iii.:ii.- Iun.ls arc a\ail.ib!e ." 

.Sk.i. h Shillin. who has done some 

' lift, eonsirutuon work, commenKd. The loads 

III It had lu be done thi.H year - it was a wise 

choice The longer you let tomeihtng go 

tlK' wors^' il ^els " 



Presidential race ends in tie 

Tie breaking election to be tield as third canidate enters race 



By Aiilh«my (iarcia 
NiBirWriKf 


Thi .'• ■ 

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stitvied Ihr importance of hu 
Mcm at Harper He n one o( 


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.' Senators 
1 liTship in the Voung 

*. ;■!. *ers *■ ■ -.iscd 

tfi'iii iwit I. ur«a: 








'■i-cn active in i'r.-i m^h 
•niTCtiib. an.' • . ,i 




KefHil'Uaii^ 
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Harbinger 



Octoberig. 1989 



Roselle Road Journal 



PrtfMtMl by Ike VmiBt Carpttrmtf Achi«T*n 



•OoMidTianf I 
world by oOMag a tcccnl $7 biilMn for 
Ifee fiMCM of AmericM Ah.Jief (AMR 
Cop.), on Ocioticr 5. 

Earlier (hi.i year Trump acquired 
Eastern Airlinci' proritable NorUieaH 
sKuak for $36$ million. 

Tkoe airliae deali, added lo 
Doaaid Trampt' real cMaie eadeavon, 
nake him the racm inumphani and 
Mcceisful dealer on lite ciicutt. "Flic 
real eaciieiiKm a piayiag das lane*, 
MdOoMMTtMap. 

Ttri« cndravor wax one nT hi: less 
nicccsiiful EarlH-r lhi« w?t:k. due tn the 
Stock market crash. Trump icvoitcd hts 
offiet. 

Happy lanc playia( and dsai 
DOMkt! 



Thif icpRaeais dw tartot ufce over 
HI dK Uaiied SiMet. 

With diis acquisition. Sony has 
founded off ihev emenawmcm emp«e 
which includes CBS Records as mil as 
Saqr's, Wadunaa. idcvuaan. and vidoo 



•Sony Corporiiion bought 
Cohunbia fVlurcs Enierutmnmi lac. 
for approsimalcly %^ billnn. 

Columbu 1% the rint m^jw tuifco 
to he hotighi .ml hv ;i Jitwnese film. 



Weknw u HOtXYWOOD Sony! 

•The Olive Cardea ReaiaanHU 
i it wiH aneaipt to pwdaie 
i Rcstaunmt Look for moiv ia 
dK aeal Rotrtl Road Journal. 

•Using huge mcentives to lure 
biqrcn iaw showrooms, auto mafcen 
iwiial arlial coald have been a aear 
laccaaiiMi iaio die fifth best year ia da; 
hiiHry of aMonoiivc ulea. 

Sain of NorA AaKTican aade can 
and tracks aicwa at id t.7« dunng dw lut 
10 days of dw bmmmIi. Damciiuc car 
sales incrcaMid a aiiid 6.1% from a year 
earlier, while domesiic truck sales 
jumpct) IT f* 



Speech Team fares well 



By Tari Vaugha 
Milor-in-Chier 



The Mdrprr Spccih Team aini(H'H.-.l iii 
lis first inumament of the year on (Kuihcr 
1 1 ant) 14 M IllirHm Suite I mvcr-iiv 

Most o( Ihf Illinois (our V car icjms 
iiTmpelc at this btumsnem S<htio irf ihc 
sijie s bos! teams, such as HrjilK-v 
L nivcrsiiv. Illinnis Suio InisctMU jn.l 
Nonhcrn lUiniMs I niv(*rM!% jr* prv^i-ni 
This makei the III loumjiiKtu 

the team's toujsh . i.m oj itic 

year 

A mi.il ..( 1 i H.irjxT ^lii.lv-nis attcndtHl 
the lllintin Sutc I ntsiTMis Toumamcm 

IX'spiif th* «tt( k.wnix'UiHwi. Hjrjvr \ 
team faral vcr> well AlilHiugh Iho) liidn i 
bring hcmw a trophy , a number of Harivi » 
totnpclilort were very successful m itivir 
individual niunds. 

(^.aniing a first pbcc standing in her 



round was Micheic Pruran m thamaiK 
tnlcrptvMian 

Pru/an, Kathi Brandoltno. Roger 
Hieri, Ann Rieu and Elaine Wiuhii all 
earned second place rankings. 

Thud place rankings went u> Mk hjcl 
Terson, Diane Squirrs. Joanne Pali>mbi. 
Shall Gilmorc. Jaime Gallo. Rosemary 
I jngCT and Keith Milicr 

Gwcn Royston and Marsha Dclis also 
ki>riipcicd (or Harpers team in this 
lournamcnt 

The team is off to a good slart this 
year " commented Speech Coash .Marcia 
litrcnta. "We have a lot of really 
|)fumising new members." 

The speech team's nest tiwmamcnl 
will be al Rkhland Communiiy College 
in November For more information on 
ihc Speech Tiam. coniaci l.iircnta at W7- 
«X«) extension :!<«4. 




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"•WKW*. have yon ever w.mdaui 
•l«*ey really d«,fo, a l.vil^ 

''l^ta^MMdcw. Or nuvK: .^ 

And in fail. „„c .,, .^^ ^^* 

«cal ears for.. In, nil ' 

'"■'" ^«*; Jomowia hiu , rjubj", 
unique „,b » A, when ^^ imM 
J; "V'"*' ^'"•"I'cemcd. 

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He ha, fepomama rimu, 
"" if "*•*•«: hi- *larted in |«»«4 

"<•* been caugh. hy 

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«JWMc*«iiii% are a civU mailer 



■rimch«ihBe,„;TOr»u«Ml 

They may mi jco,, ,he 
Wt« and wairh ihc »hole ih.ne 
N>l>c». bul ttiey » ill new | 
"fpett. wiu not gei mv.kived 

Their feeiiflf » Um u,„ „ , 
'**•*'"«'««« vouukJ *e bM* 
v«« «d GMAC. you .ad 
n»<>i»cr credit or you «rf po,,, 
vrtUrt. J:tfneuin toud. 

Bul die miaiilr •' n 

pulls a guB or a i 

voKT, .l,suHis«)ercd hrcAh'rf 
iva.c andlhcnihey»ill^cpin 
'"'''JilianihtMlublehv 

BisKjIly t have no .i. 

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««ei.ipis u. tiiij^ ,hc b, 
thai iKlongs i„ ,be hani 



able lo mcnium 
ariKle 

And for similar reasonji »c 
»on t ptovKfc. any cloej lejardmi! 
hK phy sical charjnen«|ioi 

™«nea, iMeicm often r.njs ,i 
"ecottary to use evasive u i^ s i., 
complete hn ui\k 

Hh »<«k ,» .luaruhiv j,,^,. 
« wgM and with a fmmct 

A« oitvtaiii reason »<hjIi] tv 
«' tta« he can do hw ,»aj,ned k* 
um.b,erved by ,he dcl.n^iK,,, 
account, and m, thai he has 
».«wone to drive hack u... vchKU- 
he came in. 

Ho»ever,hedKj«yd«K«« 
alKascs are the same, and thai he 
'- ""*, *'"«"« feeling 4K>ui 

■• -iH-. he repiKtcssed a 

rfrls auto hctaujc of 

" ■' 'I'Imqucni payments 

n curding uiJameww. he dii 

^'"^ f.w ihe man when he 

ce in die car of (,mhI 



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Vaccine update 



i^msa„d.lo,h.ns,„d,catin,Uui 
he felo*mu.« have been 'ou* 
''W>"Khhardumss*„hhi.,»,tr 

On the oiI«r hand, he derived 
PWH pleasure from rcgainin. a 

As JaroeMW puis n fh, 
^onlenis found ,n ,he veh.ck 
*c,etun«doveru.UvepoC a 
--mainedvUas.s.ra/xirbuLand 

'»« man, I enjoyed utmg/J^ 

•wr-udemyday, vaidAme^ 

Everything that is ,n your 

^•" )ou ge. back ^„h'Z 

UI them »hcrc yi,u live, where 
"^"AthecarandwhallloundTn 

Incro. Jame«Miia,j 

To avoid dcdlini; w„h 
Mmei««oranyo.h.sciA-agu^? 

up lo date. Of ,,, 

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^'c your shi.; 
•^ hy lake die . 

Irom a prcs,.-ni, 

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Check out an IBM PS/2. 
It could sav^^ the semester. 
And win >du a 



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DSS lends a hand 



October 19. 1989 



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eti miniini', 



What s !h<; 
group in ittc : 
college can 

OlhlT 11 llllll 

"person* »i; 
"Harper", vm. 

Bv SMIIC 

^ of Ihe pi)j' . 
.;■ . iliiy in lear 
hearing, tpecch or r 
prcwnl fri>m hirth 



iuiy lime 

Harpers Di*jhleil SiuiU-nt 
Service* iDSSi h.iv pt,)viJo>l 
luloruic inl.irmauon. 

counx, ,J special 

cijuipiiK -^-anotfliGT 

and miwc c«icii>iw- pmgnMa than 
many uther ».hix<l<> 



much Iviui 

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Wclimlogical deveU>f<rnenis ire 
nmplifying communu aii< >iu 

Harper* DSS nin, 
awrpiiter laS and lihr;ir\ iT.n 1,1 ■ 
iiipment a« tnnipuiei 
N atlapieU lur m.>i..r 
iiTipjirmeni. hriulie pr 
TTY\rDDplvines*t 
and Iransmii k-«l vi,u.i .1 \ 
teicni S^^IKKI donaium Ir .m 
AlUiaic allowed DSS lu pun i< ■. 
pnw magniliert aad (ymhrM 
whKh speak iompma mpui . 
oMpwakiud 

'A disahilily IS ■ cominuoui 




L.sa Kfu«g»r a) Dmaoica Siuo«nt S»ry.cBs demon'&Jra!** now7o 
oparaM th« IBM •niargad prmt compui»r tctmn monKw 



an averse year DSS 

;» service* ftw alUM 400 
; out an average ol 1000 
who state un rici^ir ni.m Uiai 
Ihey have son The 

most prevail iming 

disabiltiics, vkiih hearing 
impairments are also common 

Our campus i> lairK 
j^^cMhic for whcethaif uvrs. 
w>4 DSS Coordinator Tom 
Thompson. "Most buildings 
have ramps or elevaiors the 
biggest rcmainintt problem » the 
need for automatic doors. Sc«»e 
doors which have been installed. 
are opened by a large push 
button, which is difficult for 
many people \o operate Doors 
which open auloMaiically as 
wraeoae approaches would he 



chaUenge." says Thampson. 11 
|0« encounter a fruMniin,; 
sUHMioa- »y you have a . ar (lui 
wswt Stan; you d prabaMy get ruj 
of the car With a diiabUtty you 
J«i« hve with It and work around 
« as best you can ~ 

Friends and tUssr. 
see the challenge as m' <. 
than ii really is- and h. y.. 
*U|teM locial activities Mui .>! 
course a disability duos ni.i 
determine a [vrstm s pi-rsoiuhiii 
or inU!resu The better you gei 
to know siimcone. the less 
important it may wem 

Students interested in 
as.siiung DSS a.s readers, tutors, 
or note lakers caa stop by Dl n 
w call eat 22««. 





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»■>■ '"'^'^ '^'ou mosi fKwsess knowk-dge of pifs<wul «jm- 

P"'' '•' .»" <-mohas,v ,.,. IBM and coinpatible softwar*; Mini 

•■■■I" ".(.ining VI 

gu.ll s k- ading uym^wm m m- .ndustry it a direct result of the dedicat.. .n 
ot oor employees We tre« our ennplovees «*ll «rfm in Uko dHiver 

superior servtcF t- - - - , : : . 

with a f (wiifireht . 

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W hilt's Hot ? 
What's Not ? 

f-'ind t)ut in this week's... 



Entertainment Section 





Letters to the editor 



Third exit on campus 



An open teucr to the Si*kw ScnaK 
Kovdaif the cuiTcnl iralTe **««: 

•«6 and ye», ihe iraJftc pti'Wcm to 
UKreascJ tkwiwvcr.allwhotaixt 
contributed solulions iM jcmwwr «cn> 
to have laited to noUiC a simpl« 
soluuon than ihe butWmg i<< nc* cxn- 
Mti entrances 

1 was incla» when O***"^"*'' 
(Since elcacrfl came mf"'^ "'" 
majof point txrini: thi- u 
He Slid thai lo fi» 11 •^•" ' 7 

invmore in the railing ol iu.t».n 1 M 
sounded like a good idcx IhU the fact 
thai he saulHaOKf only has t»^et.f 
and thai we sh-iuld NnU roinc lor I- * 1k1 
xvl Algonquin Mhcrcd nw 

I gucvs he ami othtf iwn.Ktv ,.| ihi 
SuMlent Scnau- do «'t r.-aluc thai H.«V<^r 
,l,eadvha-^..thmK-..i An c^iH>nlo 

tfHT p«>ple *ho vail at the tiKW and 
, Algonquin slops »inil up on Ro*-lU 

North Of South Kiuml 
1 So 1 offa this •.olullon .r.-UJ ; i 

major consirticooii »nd majiK c k>sl.s . 



:,,(,ly advcttotng dw "-- >'i 



lpn*.arl- ^^^ 

Jtwother»N" ,',,',,. 

flipping trail - . , ^ ; 

itiauMngmvluilionlo'.Kvi.KUt 

ettlwf 

Stncrrrlt. 
\lKkty S.lltpa*'- 
liberal Arts 



The IhirhiriKer »elconM.-» U 
the editor and rcplie-i Ml our cd . 

Utiet^n'"*'**-'^'*"^'"*' 
muM he «S~<1 *'* » *"^"'' 
noniher Signatures w.U K" > 
up.«rcqm>t Allkltersarev, 
ediling Semi Utters to Harptx 

t.x>m A *«>'."» t*'"? **^"' *"• ' 

1 ,. !,,< .U,r,...' K-giil." 




Student Senate chaos 

Realistic candidate emerges 

-r.. s.udc,n Senate '^tn^iH;^:;:;;:::;.;^^^'^^'^-- ^^ 

PrcMdctn. artd. .. ^"^^ ^^^"J^ !?, Sena^L ..11 .gain xr, to elect a 
Hussev and W WalUsc i""*"" ctmluiajc: Kathleen Muiimmv 

.. '"• "'"''■'"" *"'' ,Se.sm.>s.qt.al.r.edcanct,date. 

' "■- „c ran ot\ safe aitvtpaign issues li *as and is 

,us< isni going '" »'-W'*;"Xf^'. . , .nies o\ Wallace have been actively. 

son.cti.iKs unlairly MO "■'»"' ,,entrii Inmi such tactics 

rHlrv ts badly t>n the pcrstm "*-'Xln unavailable for rebuttal on s.inoi.s 

,.v has for the nx«t pan ^'="^1^^T„^ Senate two vsecks ago. 

.MS In his speech before ^^^ ^}^';^"lZ,lurhini(cr. Me said. 

.crballv attacked the l**:'' '" ^.h*"^! and st angk her until she 

, want to go up and grab her ^^V *«^ -^ ^^^i^l^^,";,^ ^f tins son do 

,. mihef.icelbecau>c. " ■ "-'u. - 
: :. cntapri'lcssK-nal >m.<, ^^. v^,„, ,1^. h,,, 

■Through aUoMhi. Mm.- ;;-;;^^.P; 
dcc.dedtocottKfi.r^:uda..dotlu lie st^ ,one She vows to. 

has observed the Sena e ^^/^ '»;""' ',7^ ihe people in them." 
: control the mcetmgs \f ^1 ^. s'^Sht- h" succe^^ulU run n,ee.:ngs w.th 
MunM>n seents truthful on '^ y^hU^^ ^^ '^^^^^ she w:.^ insoKcd in ti^ 
' ilK llUmiis AsMXiation ot Stu^km < oun. .:s. v» 

''''";,;';";" S«**« - •«■" -" " "- '"""""' 

^;:z:i:::T:;i^:^^^^^«'-^' "'*"""-" 

'^ . . .,„s simple but obviously ovcrk-okcd K-iicr 

■ " r;^":.,!T:,;,ovcrU^>ked segment of students 
pui'i.siiy atul tH.-ttcr c;>, ^^j^^^^^^ ^^^.^^ ,^ i,„ic rcson to 

who are well beyond i! 
cci involved with camru> ..s...... .„_„.,„d to the rhetoric-consuming 



HHRBinGER 



WUlim Rawcy Hi»T»f CoIk«e 
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Overheard... 

••Youjustv«,.inllo^^M^t'^''> 
,he neck aivd strangle her until 
slw turns blue in the ficc 

HcmustbcMck n.cph.'uc 
rang four tiru-s 

rvcK-cnte.iJiiiigt"(ovcr :n 

,^.,r-..io\v.ariaihaveyeHo 
l,ndapr..ciKal..prlKat.onlor 

clcmtxracN 

I x.iw ilicni do It oil r S .-ol 
ligurcJ It niusi K- rulu 

MikaiKiorhachcv IS closet u- 
the P'lr^' <*ian ( "•"^l 

Theo/oneisdcicrioi..imv 
Mv brain is ik-iertot iting Mv 

I tell the truth i 
:■:. When he's l\ .; , 
like the trtJtli 



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part-time jobs that leave 
time for Chemistry 101. 



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term papers, evams. Not to 
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temporary johs that are ideal 
for collejie students. 

Johs that fit your skills. 
And Nour schedule, .lohs that 
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W HIRING! 



International tOeek 



October 19, 1989 



William Rainey Harper Colle<|« 



Harbinger 




UH lUUT WITttw 




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Celebrate the world 



B]> LhM Asm 
Manatif FiMIpt 



As the rest of lllimns 
celebraies Homecoming, Harp«.r 
celehraies the World. 

International Week has been 

licclarcd on Harper's i.iinpus 
(^ktoher 21 throiijih 27 on 
Harpers campus 

This is the lirNt \c.ir Harper 
will celebrate Inicrruiional Week 
It replaces Tall Fest from past 
vcarN 

Jr- Spcv ;.il i M-nls 

Cc«ir(l;n.i; ' • un Ho.ini, 

cspl.iiii'.. A, is lu'.l a 

week of liiM'i t.in:,L-,i cwnls w ilh 
a bad ihetnc 

"We're di>mj; a* ay with the 
whole King and Queen idea. It 
was supposed to unite the 
campus, hut instead turned into a 



Ngjoke. 

To fill the empiv 
people with Student 
tieveloped International \\ . . s 

"We hope to Increase 
world awareness by 
providing such events 
as the World Game." 
Jim Cabaj 



,A~ •icepi. It w.is 

dcveli'i '1 Round T.ihle 

dist.uss.1.... 

Round Table w.iv 
last year as a nKans Itvi .. ,. > ,-.:, « 
and otgani/dtions ni. lampus to 
know cash other and aid in 
eoordinatinp esenis hetwcen the 
groups. 

Ihrough the mursc of Round 




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Sluifnx Adivim* Coordinuor krldHiaJ N«|man Ixushat up on soma tnovw in 
vtopaton oJ tn. Ch,n,», QoUtn Ofgon AcroMt Th« tXKip* wM luck aR Hw 
tMwn«ion»l WMk fMHviM* on SMuntey mgW m M BuMvig 



I able. It became obsious that the 
club with the largest amount of 
memhrrs is IniematUHial Club. 

It h.is over MM) regular 
inensKrv. mih representatives 
trom a.HJut 7.S countries 

The club provides a foruin fw 
the international students on 
Harper's campus to gather and 
-.h.ire their experiences while 
liiccting .American students in a 
casual setting. The club has also 
proven to be beneficial for 
American students in learning 
aKnil other cultures Ihcy also do 
'' campus attiviiu's. such 
-Ding trin I tfv. vieeks 
•lui'. .ii;d their Halloween party 
coming up 

Cabaj vaid Must students arc 
ceographicallv illiterate 
llopelully this will increase their 
understanding of iHir place in the 
world For example, when most 
people think of Africa they think 
of bare-skinned natives or 
starving F^lhiopians Shaiila the 
-'•"^ '■■'•■• '"•■■••nis a veiv 
:ic picture I't 

'^;: -. . .■..!id the college 

student 

We h()pe lo increase worki 

asvjrcne>s. s.iul ( .ihat bv 

i'nui, !:■!;• Miih events as the 

vkhich teaches 

the populatitMi and 

ttie resources of the work! ' 

Arc.is of the A Building 
m1! be decorated with 
;Hivicrs from .u'ound the 
v^ v. 

! ' .r-. .> .-.<.n itieme 

cnt 

u>pcan day. 
':v tTitcsdav 



\Irican day. 1 hursday is 

ih American day. Friday 
ii.icsn I have a thertje 

The catciena will feature food 
from different continents 
throughout the week to coincide 
w ith the theme of the day. 

Cabaj emphasized. 

International Week is tightis 

Nmnd together with the theme 

live in an international 

muniiy We should be 

.earning more about our 

neigh Kirs ■ 

It IS hoped International 
Week, besides replacing Fall 
Fesi, will promote international 
awareness and knowledge of our 
world So celebrate International 
Week, and celebrate the world. 



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2 Intemational WMk 



Hafbirtgw 



October 19. 1989 



Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats 




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•VC d ic'llc 


The group i - . 


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entirely of memhcr\ ot the ;• 




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>v'itivi N.uui ii!u ii'.iitii];;!! a I iii :: 




of narnc'\ and eleven acrii 






TN» Ch«i9«« Gdden Dragon Acrobat will bp'- 
•'■» ' 5£»c ,a: bl«nd ot ChirvM* acrobatics, dar. 



' )! Week «!»■ 







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21 Saturday 

ChineSe Golden 

Dragon RorotiatS 

7:30 pm in M Building 
$5 for public 
$3.50 for students 
$2 for children 



23 Monday 

CrolSoln 

Irish folk music 

Noon in the A Building Lounge 

Free 



24 Tuesday 

lae Kmon Do 

DomonUrat*On 

Earl Weiss 

10 am in the A Building Lounge 
Free 



25 Wednes 

shai 

African Stc 
Noon in the J I 
Free 



CruiSCin lae Kwon Do Shanta the Storyteller 

il 



L.ii;i> t\ts^\l :,;'()i!p 
Cruiscin ( KaH)^h ki-cn i u ill p,.Tt >p' 
tradliional Irish folk tinisk 
highlight of (uiropr- •" '^" 

The live pn\- Kvn 

featuif don theJonaihon 1 
St. Patrick's Day shov^ , 
includes a stniigcJ nutriir!;,.-'!;, .1 
flute, a tin w hisilc. a liddlc. an.! .m 
acconJion 

Both the music and n- 
isctohc festive, sochea 

of gold that ].c, I! 1.1 .• ,■:■,> ,1 ,(„, 

rainbow ! 














As the selec- 
lii)iiliir,\sianl)a\. 

a lae Kwon Do 

-J T .Hiij deijionstralionwill 

ike place on Tuesday. 
This free irunial arts display 
will I'eature I arl VSei^v. (he Illinois 
St.ite Direslor for the I nited St.iiv 
I ,ic Kwon iX-i Federation lie 
liiu-rnationally ceriided as a founh 
>tc;:rce black belt and h.iv K-t-n m 
solved inlacKwoii 1), 
\Vci\s also owns arut upcraic^ a 
NvhiKij in Des Plains, the National 
1 .10 Kwon IX> .Xcadeniy 

I'hc demonstration wiU .i!s, 1 

t. KsMUlDo- 





ry:,::,:ui: is lu'l 
rescri cd for > oung 
audiences alone 
Stories and Mings ul the Alnc.in 
pc'ple are the ftxus of African I >.is 
i>n\Vedne^.l.iv Shini.i a story teller. 
hieiui- \- nhlx-an. and 

■■ •■■.'. ArvitTi, .in Cultures with 
. p<iclr\. chants and the de- 
ligitttul Noumisof nurtierous msirii 
nu'iits of African origin. 

\<i .'^ .'s respond lotlie w.irmih. 
■It which 
'ler dv 






oytflU. 

Herstiv 

the wulliirc 



HI 1:'C u.lIKl 



throughout history 
Demonstrations 



musical in.strunienis Irom Ihe \fri- 
caii tr.idiiion teach how- the African 
people usedasailable plants, gourds 
and other found objects 10 create 
wonderful new ^.>un.i 

colleee .lu.'.ieiKe and is widely U\ 

ogni/ed. Some of Shanta's most 
notable [>erfi>nnances have been at 
the Field Museum i)f Viiurij \\,. 
li>r>. the ,\n 1; 

and in l'»X7, the i-.s^n.in-e I'lai-e ul 
the .Vaiional Stor>telling Festival iti 
Jone -I 




Shanu ttM SwiytaUar 



CXaober 19. 198S 



Harbinger 



International Week 3 



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Sotavento-Latin American Music 



y J A MK PICIC 


cwv::- 


1 ^m ' l.itin Xnicru .It) 




■H^^^H| ciucnihli- 




PHHIHB* enlo. 


!lC 


ji Il.irr^ • ■'nThufHiav liiirini; .mhmh 


.iiiu:'. .,;.. .\i..w .. an 


Day. 


picop:- :hrou|^h their 


^•^uvenu< i"^ a l..itin AmcTKan 


rmiMv 


i:.--i^al cnsi-nib'c I'l.i! ivilonii-. :i 


S..;.,vc:!'.. .- -I !'>S! 


variety i>! 


1 ; ■ S 


\ , ' s hf.tr UK' iiiir^K t'i ^'ui: 


v»i l\^ II^U^i :' 


isPcru. Chile. Bra/il ami 


derNtandtn, n' 


Puerto Ki. 


'•!f>. and cu^' -■J 


iTOiip Si': 


;.■^ arc rc'^ 


ri clcriKT.; 




wcMcm i.iaNsk.11 .iiivl j.i//. mil' 


,llU,■|n^. 11 .l*inM Mi.ii lilt 


own original ct«npt>siin»ns in : 


s which reneci curnrii 


iraditK>n ot the 


sitlaventK .i:- 


mom of l.alin A 


■inRk-.'-. '\--' ■ 


ThegriHipbk'n.l 


:tcd State 


contemporary Laiiii Anici ,^ .m n m^n 


■ ■'■.r.lr,..,,. 


with the help of nK«re than 25 diller 


\\c\ ' .'.irrn. I'lk ■ 


ent instninicntv \1.inv i>t ihoe -irc 


Nv \\ I.I K.ii;iiU'.' 




SotavantoP*'^""* * tM*nd <A traditional and CDiiamfwrary Lai<n Ai~i«iican mutic 
-. . .ig ovm 25 di«»f»nt instfumanl* A» part o» Intwnatonat Waak. thay will partorm 
Thuriday m ttu J Building TItattra 



ller 

Inq Theatre 



26 Thursday 

tOorld Game 

12:30 - 4 pm in M Building 
$2 for students 
$4 for public 

Sotarento 

Latin American Music 

7:30 pm in the J Building Theatre 

$6 



27 Friday 

tOorid'S WorSt 
i?ilm IFeSt 

7:30 pm in the J Building Theatre 
$3 tor public 
$2 for students 



International Week is pre- 
sented by the Student Activi- 
ties Department. For tickets or 
more information about Inter- 
national Week or any of the 
activities, call the Harper Box 
Office at 397-3000, extension 
2547. 



World Game 



World's Worst 



Imagine you are 2(XXImiles tall 
YiHi are standing on the Eanh with 
the space shuttle m wbii at ankle 
height. The rrnxm in 70 stone •> aho\ r 
and the sun isaN>ui 2'' miles a\i.i\ 
Your fool is over .MK) miles Kinj; As 
you walk over the surface of the 
planet you are nnoving at 2..S million 
miles an hour. You see th wcwkl like 
vou've never seen it K-fore Irom 
viHir homcl<>wn, 1 S \, mhi e.in see 
Hurope. Africa, Asia,. -Vusti .ill. I 
.Antarctica. What is it' lis 1 lu 
\\ iirld (iaiiie. 

I he World (iame. an educ.i 
tional economic .Klvetilure. is to !"* 
held on 1 hursdav 

Participants will K\ ■""■• ■' ■■• 
.1 "living storecard' .i> • 
on a world nup the si/e "i .i 
hill court. With UK) partici, 
ich person will represent 1 ' > 
,w»rld'N population. Some pi , ; 



.IS Multin.itional toipoi.iuoiis. 
\sThe World Cann-pri. .presses 

11 i.)iiickly txvomcs app 

ituise in developed counl^e^ ii.i%e 

.in abundance t>f supplies 

.Aticr itie consequences of a 

n\;.Ie.ii ImI.v.iu-.! are sfmwn. the 
..use 

\ ;^:i>n :<*! M-e liiunc 

The World <«anu' ^.is op.-^\ 

iiccived by Buckminsier 

.1 cre.iiive alternative w 

.piauipaluie.is 

i> ill lll.■.^^. .ivvt.'oiike u> evcrvinie 

the same information th.il the lead 



le 111 the 
^ iiiivi "V "iniid all (v 
.1 CJaiTK Insliuile is a n. ■ ' 




Film Fest 



Do you like throwing; w.ids of 
paper at movie screens, booing 
mos ies off the screen or just petting 
rowdy at movie theaters" 

Then you'll love i; 
Worst F-"ilm Fest! Come to inc J 
lUiiIding theatre on Fnday to see 
I.Hirof the worst foreiiin films ever 
iii.iiie 

'1 hiN \e.ir \ wild and wack\ 
!cs;.\.il !v .1 iribuic to Japanese film 
ir.tKii- .;;id rounds out llic 
Intem.itioiial Week festivities. 

Pick from these bad flicks: X 
from Outer Spare, starring 
1 1 ■,;>;,. ^;Mce Monster. 

Mulhra. .i lu.uurc on a quest fur 
the tiniest set of twins; First 
Spaceship on Venus. v\hich 
liii.'hlij;hts the exploratory mission 
•! an international group of 
lentisis; and Return of the 
^treelfitthtcrs, a Kung f-u flick. 
\.l the films are Japanese movies 
Willi I-nulish subtitles 



7J 



4 International Week 



Harbinger 



October19, 1989 



aaIa ihe people in your neighborhood AIajI 



Ahmed Sadruddin 




.\(» II 

Ma)ar- MfldkHM 

ItHinlri of atiflm: tallMMh 

Natl«» 'lan|Bag<: B<ii|W 

Drtamcar OxvrnlM Cof««W 

llntKi d<u Madomu 

I* ■■« tftn ttn* i ti«)<>)i gMt <"■> •«>■ "y fti«»fc 

tr I cmM ctanit Ik* norM. I wmM: kave ii w <i ii 

Ik* karinl nijitimmt lo Ik* tatltd Sijtl« <•••: 

menin$ intd lo the cutnirr 

Tk< Ikltif I Hkt aMMl akmil Ik* VtMt4 «Um W. 

c«{ujl n||hu mi Ircntpm 



Carlos PMrfO 




Kennv Cho 




M^ar Cixi^iiHt Scimc* 
Cnantr* of or"?'" W-.r»4 

Nlllhr ton;; ft 

Dr«iim ci*r 

Drtan rtaw i lur 

la mf fn itaw I »"1«» i>l»yin, 

dam-«». lAiymg c** i«n>* (•»■' '"' ""'" 

If I couM ckaawi Ik* mffM. i 

ilx wmid •» I can h*«« •nytiuni.' 

Tk« hiirdi>vl lullmlaMBl Iv I' 

fiiul juliful »m. 

Id, , miMl alwui 



Al»:!< 

M^lar: MtfchndjaiM 

CmHMry af atlilK Mtxi 



Veronica Iturri 




la la* <|ur> IliM I mjn'- Kailint kooki 

If I tuuM thaac* Ik* mrM, i wmW: get ikl «l ill 

awapviu. 

Tk« kanlnt adJitmiBfat lo Ike t altad MaM* «ais dw 

fond 

Tkt lUat I M* ncit akoM Ik* Laltod Stalm h: ik* 



Ckristine Aveershcmius 



CScmaRy 



A|* 10 

Major EMitih 

Owatrji « r^ 

Nalht laufi—... _ 

Drran car: Cnock 

Dnam tfatr: Tnm Hanki 

la ■) »p*r« Un* I •ajoj pUyia* piaim. f«I»»ini. 

iirviiilinK time wiih ImernalMmal Ouh mcmbcfs. 

ir I omM ckaac* ik« »wW I w»>uM •<"■• •>■■-' •<" 

iha wwdd. 

Tk* hartm a«ttiMtaMM la ilw l mini ^t 

(mat. Iht Mooit. and ik* onlairai Mltnmr^ 

Tk* tktol I Hfc* aaH* atoMIlM I'kIM ^< - 

cif%. and tkt Snmmm ettoa*. 



At. :i 

Major \nunm Ommf 

( iHinlr> v4 orlcia' Bolivia 

Valhc iancaatr Spanish 

llrcam car » red tsmhorghtni 

Drran dal» Tom Cruuc 

la m\ %f*n Uau I (njo; participiiint in iporu and 

beuii with my (neadi. 

If I ca a W ckaag* tk* world. I waiiM: coniwci iKc 

aaHlMMS «itk nutt mi railwayi w paopk could travel 

ID flikv coMinniU wiihoiu k*viii| to fly. 

Tk* kardaal a ^ awinial la Ik* IMimI Sui** n*: 

icnln( ued to Ik* load 

Tk* ikhig I Ilk* aHMl akaM Mm VtMt SlalM h: the 

pr(if>ir skI itw educaiMifi c 



Tomohiro Harada 



^(ilr» N*u*; 



Shahir Kedai 




fflM Wm 







HARPER COLLEGE 




A|r* 10 

Major: ESL 

Countr) of orlgla: lapan 

Natl** taataat*: Ja|Mne«« 

Drrarn car. Itf uir 

l<^ raai dair: no iiKirc dMca 

In mi «|ijrt llaw I Mlln' tmokui( 

If I <uuM ckaac* Ik* KorM, I woaM: he Empcrnr 



imm and enj all wan 
Ti* k 



kard*M adJuttaHBl of ihr I mini stair> »j>: 
tneakin* Cneliih. 

Tk* Iklag I Hk* ■«! akoat the I aitcd Sial*« »: 
e*CTy«hing a ctciun( 



Juan Carlos Garrido 



An: II 

\i^l(MPS Mji 

( oaatr; of or^te; ATtkamKan 
\all>* bMgitaf* Hcniaa 
Dream car Ijmiwrfkint CouMach 

llrrani d»l»: Stwcita Eaattw 

la my i/fan Ua* I •hJbj: pl»)n"» toctn. camy*"! "■ 

If I cmM ck«qp Ik* world, I wortd: |«l nd -( iliaMt 

Vm imr^M* adJiHla»at lo Ike I ««*<l StalM *■« Ik* 

culd arinlcft in Oucagn 

Tk* Ifctait I Hk* wmI akoal Ik* I nUrd Sl»irt l>: M. 

Dixnakfa. 




INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 

CLUB 

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Ac* 24 

NUf AviMHD 

( oaalr; of orlfki: Cokwibu 
Na«l>« toafklt*: Spnuk 
l>r**a car. Porcfce 



Ur«aa data: So|ifci* Uitn 
la ■jr frt ikM I *Hjlflr: rcpamng i 
If I cotiw ckam* Ih* awrkl. I wool 
Tk* kar^it adjual 



„-- J ihin(t. 
..._ J woald: aid all mm. 
I lo Ik* tan**! Suit* waa: the 

Tk*"lStec I Uk* aaal akoat Ik* tailed Sut** It: 
Amcncaa wanna 



|i4Ba*la9 Th» pMpI* in Vour M»lflhborhood by T.rl Vkuflhn, EdIlor-lixhW ft th« H»rb*ni»»r »!•« B»i»«H44 



October19. 1989 



Harbinger 



Entertainment 7 



The Burgundian Consort plays at Harper 



•4 



By Micharl Waikienicr 
Knurtainmenl Edimr 

Thf n-njis^antf era n all hut 
cone, bui ihcrr arc Mill some wlio arr 
irying to krcp il aiivc. Some try to 
'^'orcatc Ihc lilcmurc. wmc try U> 
I A-reaic ihc (heatrr; others ti> lo nxrcawi 
ilK mu<iic 

Richard SitiKW.. aniMu: dirKlor 
hiiltlini: ihrcc muiic degrees (rom the 
L'nivcrsiiy of Ohio. \p>.'m most of hi* 
free lime in hiv unrkvhop lisk-ning ami 
recreating ibc musicjl iiuirumenis ol' 
the \2\h Ihnnigh 16ih (.emurv 

There are very I il 

infirumcnCi siili in en- h 

were itijJe hefure the yen . ■.« . ....■v 
Simons "Hardly any jre in pUyjhIe 
condition, so they hjvc u> Ke 
retroniiuuclcd Gathering the mtormaiitm 
needed lo builJ j hi\iiwitallv aituraie 

' t>f a 'to»i inarumeni is mtKh 

' ilicull and lime consuming than 
' It I probahly sjirm UK) hnurt 
.; a Gothic harji. but the research 
uH>» iiuA."h longer " 

Simons pnin.irs M'uf*..' .>( 

inlormalion lot im ■ i.i ■■! r... . 

.•vacs Irum i. 
i> the study 




Th« Burgundian Consoft 'rom M! lo i>9ht Mtwit Rawlings, Jo^n Peltogrm, RonaW RtnOak. 
arv) Richard Simont 



l>^.lllrl 



the tep! 



By Stfvc Hill 
Staff Writer 



Two big names a\ the so 

called an-roili area. Pinli 

Flitsd and (■raftit weni 

i drastic vhjn^ev jf 

' If ptiinis in their 

'lev both lust 

•ilvr 

.ilk I li.>J lost Kiipcr 

•\ ivocalisl, bassist, and 

1 Jii.iry songwrileri in ihe nod 

chties Waiers moved on to a 

filliant but noni* tiMi'.iKves^luf 

..'to career. U".i\ine r.'.Mn r.r 

.;iMiarist r>jcul Ciilm.njr i,. Lii..- 

ivcr die votal ehofe% 

Genesis Uisi troniman 

ibriel in l'J74 »hen he 

he preferred ihe lile of a 

Hi jTiist. Alter Sk-arihing hiiih 

.111 low for a suitable sis jhsi to 

i.ike over (or (iabricl, the 

bandmembsrs settled on their 

own drummer. Phil Collins 

il IS almost the nineties 
now. and "art-rotk" is fieemuigly 
dead, but in \'iK^ a fam rising 
young band put out ■ debut 
album callc-d .V. 'i^r f iw a Jesltr'a 
I'ear The band called themselves 
Marillioii (alter J R R. 
Tolkien < book. The 
Silmanllion ) performing mw.«K 
Ihe industry considered to be a 
dead lorm of nxk 

Iheit first three I P» were 
not only concept albums in 



■.;> Viiih J lead 

kled eerily like 

. .ji '1 ... . .... * . . . . 

even ss." 

'sMjiC Ilk. ..: \;.. 

-iitprised M Ihe criiics hv 
K\i«Hing \ir\ tMlMi.ir Then m 
(Xloher ' 
IvrKi^i I 

co.Hii'li.; :.cp.i.lkcJ 

hn i^^(- Mskini! in 

Pcier Gal' 
fatHiiteps, ! 

T!» 

Mjrillnm is due lo he lels'ased fwi 

I K lohcr lA II features a Bc» 
leail Mn^ei. Steve Hogarth, atoaf 
»iih the re»l of Ihe hand Mark 
KelK .liCvNi.irilsp Pcu- Ire* . 
(bassi, .Siccc Kiiih.ii • c\t'- 
and Ian Ntosley idruinsi Ilk ikts 
album IS ScawMit I'lnd 

Steve Hogarth .. 
nothuqi quile as harsti 

II 11 more rnelodie an>l ti.r^.jj..< 
can reach the highs and lows 
much nwire comfortably ihan 
( ish ever could. llo);anh also 
share* the lyncwrtling chores 
with John ilelnier. sonH-ihing 
that Fish had done by himsell 
A« a lyric writer. Fish n miles 
ahead of anycwe el«e. and llogarth 
triet his best .^urpnungly. he 
dac« an ailmirable jtob Hii 
lyrical style is much more while 
Ihan Fishs. with vmgs aKmi 
Northern Ireland .tinlf. drug 



inc iiiM mill, ihr KiHf; 
a«.iej fi'»<i. IS a lypicat 

"-■ •■'•■' " > in 

ke 



C'asimg a ttaekwanl glance 
to Pink Fkiyd and Gcac4i«. ti> 
twy w we that kwing primary 
han<lmemhcri did nut hurt Ifeem 
!~ are prtilMibiy more 
i.iday that ever hcfnre 
U icn.un.* to be seen whether im 
nol Mjritlhin will jiim this 
croup Judging Ircwn the new 
s. .iM«i> I lid. liary pnihrivly will 

Rating out of ^ ***tk 



***** 

**** 

*** 

** Fair 

* Uk 

Si«i Bad 



I X. rlk-ni 
V(-rv CMHht 



■ipiiii; the 
111 I iitiTaiiy have to 



force myself to vio[> a.sking qucitianx 
and start building." SinKins tays. 

Instruments built by Simons 
m^lutle the Virile < medieval flute), the 
Retiec (three strinced how msirumeni). 
(he H u r d y - <■ u r d V (hybrid 
bi'vclieyhiard instrument), the Vi»U 
l>a (iamba (sUinged instrument), the 
Harp 04 gulsinnged medieval harp). 
Ilic KmniRihiirn ishjrp soundin); 
medieval horn!, .i!!,l a varieiv ol 
i;umcni> 

'.iiv. .iji. 111 building the 
ifisi/umenis, .Simuns learned to play 
them and lomied a lour man ensemble 
in W7K- Ihe Uurgundian ( onsort. 
Albert Rawlins. John Pellegrin. and 
Ronald Rendek conipleie the Consort. 
I ndet Ihe direction of Simons ihc 
■ mlile tries to mpv the harmony of 
'^ uenturs niusu 

On October 19 al i; 15 pm 
Rictiaid Simons will lead The 
Burgundian Conum to Harper College 
in l';i)S The Consort will take 
l.'nis. faculty, and the public on an 
. I.iralion of medieval and Renaiuance 
Hi. ' c on insirumem.s made 

ar..l iiie members, \fcdieval 

men ana Kcitaissancc lovers gn ready! 



Mariilion brings back 'Art Rock' 



STUDENT NURSES 



You are mvited , 

to attend our Seminar Brurvch to be held 
Saturday, November 1 ith. from 8 30 am 
til 12 Noon Our topic is "Ethics, Protess- 

■" ~- 1 Nursing " 

Call to reserve your space 
(312) 844-1030 ext. 4004 

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Oariima. E.amng tnt SMurday AMomtmMIt 



The Harper College Theatre 


No\cmbi>r 


and Student Activities r^ 


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8 What's Happening 



Harbinger 



Thurxfy 



19 

Burgundlan Consort 
ConcMl-Fr«» 
12 15pniP205 



Friday 



20 

Bllitard Tourna- 
menl-Noon-Heo'M'r 
on trie Spot 

Siudent S«flal«- 
MMItng • 1:30 pm- 
A2418 



Satuftlay 



SuiKiay 



21 



Internat tonal WMh 
21-28 

Ctiinese GoMen 
Acrobats (rem 
Tatv»an-7 30 pm- 
Bldg M -$3 50 
«tud*nt8. S5 public 



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22 

Harpar SyiTtplwny 
Orchastra 
3p(n-J143. S5 



U-^t^ . - ,, ^ ^ -> 



Wkwday 



23 

Football 3 pm at 
Augustana 



■n 24 



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October19. 1989 
Ttiaaday 



College omce equlp- 
menx sale- 9 am-3 pm 
Waretiouse Bidg. B 



i ^iii^<.*»^i,^^ 



Conservation volunteers needed Newman plans ZOO trip 



tj PhjrMi BWMia 
Happtwm Fditnr 



iJkvl 



The Njluf ' — '" ■" ' 
inirrnjiumal, i- 
i)((!ani/atK>n, is . • 
acuviltc^ Ihtt tail th;il »iil i 
rcsiomiion trf icvcral l<xal naiiii 

People arc m-cilcJ id lUi Wush 
MCdv. monitof pUnis jnil i .milui i 
prescribed prainc hums m (hir ■ 
Fern Mcaikwi Mar^ih m Wi 
Maple Cirovc in Dtmners ' 
BiKkwell Kamc in Warri 
»orkday ft* these »lKlland^ i- 
IVw Saturday. (Ktohct :i turn >' .m, \o 
nc»in at Foni M.-j.l.i*s Vlar\h li> .im i.i -J 
pm at NLip' I '' .""i in I p«n at 

Blaikwcll K 



Club Notes 



Injis riUij!^ 

partuipjie "i a )''< < ■ 
the Great Western K 



■sjiurday. Ik 

A.bv f.f Bit. 



We urge i 
,u iivitie*.' «.i 
wliinicef Mary Ai.i ■ 
than lUie tenth iil j |' ■ i^ i' 

villi in lis name ii>n»!'' t'' '■'" 

viofk ol volunteers »e san resviK ',!:>« 
natural areas and Tc\ctw ihe n !. 
dcvclupment and abi; 
transfttrmathin tti »au • 



Its I'htllis llrnMB 
ILippcninB Fdilor 



Vf*ni.in Assi>i. laliiin i- 

iij; a Inp li> Ht>«>lla'ld /i«' or 

!vr 1(1 

A earptxil will ni'ei m Ironi ••! 

.'.tUhnf A at "> '" :im II utkris aii 

, k>,! u[> m ^ f'ee 



MATTHEWS 



v.uiipus nimisier IVmiis Darhy. and il 
ihere is cn<Hij:li mietesi n »ill betome 
a repuLir pn>j;raiti 

Anyone *hii wnuUI like a tieket 

ami lanmH swip in u> |!et imk sh»uld eall 

ili> vuukni ailivilies otfitc and leave 

:,- AJn.ivvu.n ^soulcl ihen be 

Ml siiiiknis iniiiesied in pomg to 
ihe /iK> must pitk up a iKkel or lall the 
SAollWebyCXloKr 111 




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October 19. 1389 



Traveling Hawks pillage Marauders 



Starr WrHrr 



TV Harper ll<i»ks uavelictl to 
Pakn HiIK lo licfrat Ihc \bwairK- 
Valley Marauders 4^ ?«> on 
Salunlay.tViohn 14 

In twilling ihc MjciuiUr^ 
Harper hj* further hampers 
Moraine Valk) s prospcciv \- 
thii year*! ptiy-off^ 

The jUfflc slancd wiih ih.- 
Vlaraudrrt ktckini: the Ml ofi : 
tiarpcr'i Brian Canuv *hn ga» .. 
lo Lorcn/o Bi'ikr who ran ii 
about 25 yard* Both Mxranic 
Valley and Harper »crc given 
penaitieit early on, the Marautk-r'. 
for crKTroachment and thi- " .-iV - 
liw illegal motMW A cni' ; 
fr«wn nuorlerhack Jerry (he 
receiver Jtuui Taylor Ka«e the 
Hawlu a rust duwn 

Running hacli James HaMMOHl 
t»i in alter the first Jt'»n lur a 
louchdoMn. A stKcevsiul kick ^y 
Tyler Hill gave the H.i»k* a 7-0 
kad. 

The Hawks deieMC ««■ mtinit. 
and the Marauders qumntek did 
not pass well lk>WL'scf a ic* 
breakaway runs were ihreateniiig 
Ihc Hawks until the delensc 
forced thei i In punt it to Juan 



^ hi Hawks marched diwn (kU 
and were in siixinf; pexilitm 
Ch-inev ki.'i i.'i,,ii -i;r[S'rt tn-iii 
hisM.s. 
siiakin^ 
broke ItiKMq^ the Ihh. 

It hwled m ihoMch H.)\»i«Kt 



a iiirsi (Ai'wn. j'ui ..I'mirUK*! tin. n 
anempl!! to marth to the end 
rniie Finallv. the Marauders ran 
II in for a loiichdowa and Uic 
store was 7-6. Hawk> 

The Hawks defense >*.in 
breaking up .<i.I n. i 
lommiinkatmif cffk i 

A hobhU'd snap : 
(xiiiii lurn^'d into a 1'ai.< [hueii 
lunscrsum I.» Ihc Mi' imlers who 
U¥)k ihe Wad H-7 

With two miniii 



iccnndt left m the quaner. the- 
MwaiMkrk kiLkrd the ball lo 
Steve Ri*usck Sieve Chancy 
atmoti threw an intcrccptKXi arut 
another pass atlcin|N <km balh.l 
down. Ttie Hawkii haul lo punt u 

JWji 

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J fielil ciul Harjv 
h ,1 ... st.Mine \ J..- . 
i>e ^tarauikv- 
.'i> >ard line 
,\tain. ths- MarjmUr'. i>llins. 
gains-d where this toulJ. i»iih .- 
?^ yard run Mivaine ValUv - ,. , 
.|ujiricrbjik *»» wrramWme Kit V,i 



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Both Harper an.) 
Valles hadopportuniii 
Ihc Ivill hut with mi V 
linw run out in ifu- h,i 
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•I the bjll and ! . 

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u-Mtids till in the half. Harper 
failed to lie up Ihe score with an 
attemiHed iwo-poiiu convcnion. 
llar|vr Wuked the hall ui Morame 
\ alici aiiil tlw lull cikVd 

Itw ssximd half siarlcJ »i i 

Har(x-i kitking the Kill M U' 

\I.uoine \allcv and |tis!n>: the 

up lljwk >l.-tcnM- an 

iiitulv ii^ ilissi»li.e ihv 

\ljjjii,Urs (■lUnst-. who ended up 

p.itiiini- a wi'hhh ball to the 

. iftl line 1 i>t a whik 

;kns< »js iMiill on 

■ J. - .-1 .i.imns up ihe '■ ' ' -'■ 
lie* were in a smrinj ; 

I.- 1,11 \-i,.itier pass lo . „, - 
ahead I" M 
f a successful 
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r.i!i»e \ alles was fjUinp 

H>an a«vJ ihcu otlcnsc was tLisin); 

;rcuhle pulli.ig out sutiessful 

alter Harpers kuker 

ill into the ct»d /one. 

■ .> ■;.M..:..;as had logive upihc 
hall attain and Has wood ran 
iliri'ii.h the holes to (lain yards 

ran in another 
r Ihc Ha'Al* anil the 



ijuarter, ihe Hawks regained 
pOfseiuon after intercepting a 
MMMUller pass Through the end 
of flw ibird and beji.nning of Ihe 
fourth ({u.irk.-r Harper ar*l Moraine 
Valles lonlinued to lake lums 
iiMii(: lo store point*. When 
Hjiper had the hall, a pass to 
Iliad Jones resulted in ihs' ' 
imreasing to W-15 Harpei 
a two point conversion nnil me 
score was Wi 1^. 

As thi Harper bench ptrw mtin- 
ext 'ed. It was apparent that the 
.■ •III. h nl more intercsimg pby>. 
Ihe Marauifeis twice 
lili' kKks that failed The 
Hawks contin".-d UMng Haywood 
and Rullcr to lun the ball. 

Butler scored another 
touchdown ftv the Hawks pius an 
cttra point fioni Hill made Ihe 
x.»rc4V:2 

Altcrn.r / drives, the 

ManiiKk ii>ut IkIohti- 

by conii^l ^ , .: ... \ to the end 

/one shilc Hawk Butlers 
UHKhdnwn was scored hciwcen 
ihesc. The chKk ran out while 
Harper h:Kl possession The score 



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By Krik Wurier 
New* Kditor 



V'nIleybatI Coach Julie 
EllefscnKcuhn's team hat had il» 
ihare of uKceiBn, showing tite 
Lady Hawk'f poKMial. 

Ill the October 12 match, the 
Lady Hawks played Oaklon, a 
team thev dcfeiKd eanly wummg 
the first three ganet of a S game 
match, but loM lo Triton 
Coltcge. 



1 avt .Saluidav. itie I -uiv 
ILiviks played at Ihc CHive Har 
vcy Invite. The learn van fiivt 
place HI round n<tHn coninetitttm 
with a record of 4-2 

Wauhorvstw. Moriim. Daley, 
and Olive Harvey were prtscM ai 
the invite 

Ihe lady Hawks heal 
Waubonvcc for itic champi- 
onthip, winning ihr first game 
15-8, the icccnd game IVBand 
Ike thfld 15-4 



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We had a skiw stari ' said 


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..in Kuchn "but it was a 


Ihc Stan of the sj.i^n . . 




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together as a team and an. 




..s Sauk Valley had to cam 


luic of each other. iill«i^ ><.^' 




points we pljved vers 


make our play loun 




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Twi) ;vij\ti\ >ii,tli>n .'Sliil: 

jnd Sam Ghatc. did well ii. the 
Sdtutila) iiiunian>em. 

They were the stability > i 
Ihe team Their ciilhu«a!>m k.'pi 
us together," said Ellefson 
Kuehn. 

This Sunday Harper is ht>ld 
ing a tonfere«>ce tounumcm at Ir 
am "I iiopc we do well .i i 
(-.llefMin-Kuchn "but aii> 
eould w:n The teams arc i l>r.i 
It should be gtxid volleyball. 



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Kathy Charrtbaf lain Tha Ladyhwriis- NCJAA Ragtomil ComtMbbofl tatgwn tMtav al th» r 
!t-. itjt) comp«t!t(»'« iii.roi.5 v.itt.,>v r.on.«i«i ol DuPag* ana Jo<>*t tot th* reo«sn^i i«u 



c.t Udvh^... 



M.iriiyn Hurtado. la Martjuer Coach 
' Club in Lisl*. Blmois Haipsr will banl« 



Halloween 
Special 





ARBinGER 



October 26. 1989 



William Rainey Harper College 



VOL 24. NO 11 



News 2 

Features 3.4 

Editorial 5 

Satan Interview.. ..6 
Entertainment. ..8-9 

Happening 10 

Classsified 11 

Sports 12 



• "Look Who's 
Talking" has what 
it takes 

John Travola and KriHit Mty 
star in Dwacior Amy Tcckertng s 
Mast achrenure 



Pool Room 'cued' to go 

Tables to be removed in favor of video games and televis^n 




Page 9 



• Who are the 
people in your 
neighborhood? 

This wMk meet the Food 
Service Club 




B* Julie Cattitrtm 
MafI W ritrr 



^ c (it I 1 fl, 
ot BuiMiPi 

F»i«.l R.mn, 



AillMIl 



ranUnm, mere is nti njjil m *UM$ la 
■y jiH%l'nMiN, Ma imw lo make » t-turngt 
■ not namtam ific oaus i)ui< I ihmlk ii in 
m Uk- hcM imcnvt.\ uf the •.Imkniv 

Ilic currcni u.-lrvi>ii>n roi>m wilt hc 
lumcd Miio an anadc pr<Hti«ing fcvenuc 
llie nc* kHingc arra nicds U) funituMi 
accKrdintc »> Cwlumin 

Kaihlccn Ntunson Siudrm Srnair 
PtesHtew. utd. I feet me ofimmn, of 
I "itm Ml taken mho catndcratKn 




President selected 

Bussey withdraws in support of Munson 



Ii!>lit«en.' 

PaakMin is kwling (or a name i. ; 
the new area which will imfude a large 
screen ttlevuKm. a VCR and iape%. ihrec 
fXX)l ubies. and an assanmcni of uhle 
garnet. 

VvtA labtes and equipmcm not being 
uu-d in ihc rcntjvaled area will be put iq) 
lor bid by the sthtiol according 10 
nundalory rutcs. 



Many tnidrnu cimk up here everyday lo 
uw ihe pod laMes ' 

*Ht"M, Harperi ratio Mauon. wim 1 

be heard in Uic kwngc 10 avoid mwfcreiKe 
widi Ihe tclcvi5.«in 

'B«c««»« we won I be beard in the 
'""■••• ••'t tiave 10 f»«cu.s OB tuber part* 
rf BiaildMf A and the re«i of campuv" 
«aid WHCM .MuMC Oireclw Tonv Amju. 
*Wc1l hav« 10 wail and see if ii affaiv our 



Kytrik Marnr 
NfwjFditor 



Sitidem Scnaie broke (he Malcmaie w 
Ihe ekclion for presideni ekcimK 
KaOileea Mmmp by a vou- of h ■* ia,t 
Fndiy. 

Contending tor ihe ptKiiutn «Miiv 
Do«ald Bu%M.y. I ibiral Aru Senator. 
tCaihlcen Munson. t-nruhmrni and 
ta*|ii»|c Siudie* Repreienjiuc. and 
Pdward Wallace. Hu«ineu and Sotial 
SiK'nte Seiuior 

Bussey announced he »a« 
withdrawing from ihi rj..- m his 
prcxemaiKin. 

"After a kmg thought, ui mainiain die 
ialegniy of ibe Senate. I am wiih,Jrawing 
from ifcr race for prcsideni." said Ruviey. 
"Ed and I have made ihM Senate kvik bke 
a charade (wiUi ihe CiMtpaiurKt " 

Munson. the new prcsidem. atked 
•owmrs lu hxtk at ihc three A« of 
icadenhip: abtbiy. acuon. and aaiiude. 

'While my etpenence shows what I 
have dune m the past, my ambition Jiows 
what I will do in the future." said 
MunMMi 

"I have lime vs devote to ttadCMs 
keie," she I ■ " im an e« jmpfc of 

lae nWOB A ip I am ready lo 

*c SMdcM Senate rrestdeni now." 



After withdrawing. Bussey threw his 

«ippon 10 Munson saying. 1 ask all who 

me before to suptHwl Kjihk-en 

*'c need w sian liesh giving a 

".V. , .iiututMr witb ftesh SK■»^ a ihinccio 

lent this KCIMIe.' 

WaUarc'i «pmh Ux uvd no die nenate 
and il» capabiliik s raih,r than his own 
acccMii|iti!ihniems 

Wallace e»pressed his wishes Ihat 
'Don. Kathleen and I w ill get something 
accomptiflied and wort iogrih.r fur the 
fooilorHaipnCoaritc 

lohn FaHahcc nui unoptv- 
l^c'sulem of lenalc. 

lou Nunez Phvsical i 

Senator, nommjud fj Wjllj.c 
pcMilMin. bul V^ alU c n fuv,l 

Dan I'ls/. ,,-%. laii ui,.,pp„^cil (..( 
Treasurer of si lum- 

Senator Nunez was appointed 



I.. I Itu- 



SMiknt Senate also has lo ^poim 
•on« hi the puhlKatHin^ board. The 
appoinlmeni musi noi he from the 
HurhiHurr r,Ki ..f („» „, Student 

Senate. 

Tlie iKKiiHin involves setting policy 
for <UMieiH publications, and ch<ismg i(u- 
Harbinger s Fdilor in Chief Anv.r,, 
uuercsted should umuci kanne Pankanm 
m SludeM Aliuiiics 



Students help 
quake victims 

Student Aiiiviues is raising funds 
; far Uk AmetKan Rod Cross tt) aid Call- 
fanna earthquake victims 

Tliev goal n locoHeciai leaHSWO. 
half of which kai abtady betti accnm- 
l^ished. 

IXwaiionf arc brmg taken » Inter- 
national Week evom. including The 
World Game and Solevenu today and 
The World's Worst Kilmfest iuhmviow. 

The earthquake struck with greater 
i.'ti. than any ui San Fransisco snce 
i"i»>.rcgistenn(!6.0oniheR».hierscale. 

California quakes 

LUM l>y imr and fnaaniu* 
ammling 10 •<• ticbiw wna 

San Fransisoo MW 
Catforma IMl 




v«ar 'w^nmm^svtnpw* 



2 News 



Harbinger 



October 26. 1989 



Harper assess day-care need 

nriorotnrc nf in-HJQtrirt nhild care centers Child Develooment 



Operators of in 
protest • perfect 



•district child care centers 
environment' in proposed facility 



■]rErfliWar«r 
NrmEdNor 



PrcsHkm PjuI Thumps** voKCd ihc 
need ol a itiy<a(c lomcr lix ihc ctuUhuHl 
piolessianjil <aiHk-nis m Hurpct 

The prcNcnt tcmcr, in Buiklin): J i.in 
ji aimmudaic ^^JihitJrcn, *ith up li>4it m 
itx' lj>.iliiy Ma lime. 

Chiklren scrvKOl att ptc ^hiol iijtf 
the cciMcr unabk w lake care i>l chiMron id 
v»>tngagcs 

"We ted exposure (for tiudcniM i» 
needed 10 loddliTN and inf.ini\ »e rwcd M 
jMibk' iHir spjti."." *J»d Thunipvm 

Same ot die day -care pritlovMimalt in 
Mwae and fumwndmg canunumlics have 
pnsKsted the priiposed iliy care >enk-i uv 
tag Aey »UI ItHMC Nlf>lncs^ 

Ten pcopli: >■«■>< xvea dillcrrtu kxal 



cMd caiv cenlcf<> came lo pnne^ ihc tHtild- 
H« of liic u-mcr at the Ixiaril me«4iiig on 
Scpti'intvr :js 

In the past, lield »ork was dtme M tur- 
tviumlin): tUy t.ife icmiT'. 

Many loel ' twdcM> wuuld Uaert beuei 
31 a n'alday-carccailcr'.ralbctlhan Harpetv 
pirtat i-mmmmcm' " 

"V\f fti'l f\p«»surf is in-fdfd Id 
Itiddlfrs and infjnis- vtt- need lu 
double imr spavr." 

Prrudeitt Thompum 

Ncuws J«' ilwir inicmships at hiKpi- 
lals. icjihcfs al iHlKf xh€*)ls. and iLHjmal 
isis at newspapers." swd Vvimne Crawliwd 
<»f Tiidavs Child IXiy Care, "why shiiukl 
day -care pnilessHiaaLs he ditkrent *" 

TlHimtHnn teds, il a siutk-ni dHCsnl 



kmm what ihc Kk-al sNiuld be. dK nudem 
docui'l lJk)» what U) aim lot " 

Tlie prafinyed facility will he ISiKt) 
'Miuae tret and have dte capacity loi VXI 
I hildnen. ranging tritm inlant^ in loddlcrs 

h will K- able vi aiiomintidau- lUI 
ihiklron aiom* unic 

B\ hjsins a laciliu iw lampus. Harper 
tikxii t lose the standard isiudents) aiv 
(vri. iiiuni^ in " satd Thnmpsun, "Instead «l 
lAmitchjnLcs.wt' wtiutd rather id die (tan- 
dard" 

Ha/pi'i iH kurtcnlly scckmj: cHrjiiiraie 
spiKiviwsliwthCLCnk'r whKhisespcclcdto 
iml S^ milium, and is nm iclyin)! cm la* 
money Nu >.iiqx)i3lc sptmiurs have bi-cn 

^^■vitrcid yet 

■fhild uifc «CTvicci are needed to liB a 
v(Hd.' said Th(«n|>s>>n. we'd hke K> have 
fwiiple in Ihc mnimuniis with ihcsc skills " 



Child Development 

Child care service is avaiiaUe j 
(Of children oi Harper studenls. ] 
tacuKy and statl Children may be 
in the center tor a maximum ol five 
hours each day. Children who are 
toilet trained, ages 2 1 .^2 to 5 (or in 
kinderganen) wai be accepted. The 
service IS open from 7;15 am to 
4:45 pm, Monday through Friday. 
Pre-regislration is required as en- 
i roHment is limited. Please call the 
i center for more information 



Thompsjm IceU the hxal day -care ten 
ters wtNthlni be hurt because the field is 
wukopen. 

Haipct has not chKCd theofMons on Ihn 
issue with private Ofienunrsi. 

Thiimpsiin said. "THeie may tie i com- 
pnimue pusitKin urarkcd out wuh dty-care 
apaman' 



Financial aid face to face on "War on drugs" 



iCPSl An lllinon Male rqiweMnlalivc 
waMH to give itiidenLs who take diiig ksi'. 
hcntr coMidaatMin n getting state lolksc 
financial aid. 

Under Republican Jcny WeHer's plan. 
whM. h he plans w intrixlme this (pnng. Mu 
ikm$ who submit to a drug ie.sl and cimk u| 
cleat woidd get picfeivncc over an equally 
({tatitHxl arf'"^-'"' whii iduscs ut lake thi: 



csorv KihtT W.IV. the druj! free yuuth wfluld 
K- fiivinprclrcncc ■■ Wclkr saidinanmiuni. 
ing Mk iik-a in early t k liibcr 

'II one IS lar abosc amnhcr iin needt. 

Ihc pnvram wikiU n»i vkns Uk- |Xfst»i as 

We already hve veteran pictcr 

. >,l AHinnaini- \i-iii«i pfHrntms, s.. 

there s J (ircci.i 

CimI llN' 



iHWul said Jjs Miller csccuuvcdoeclorof 
the minors branch o» the AniCTKan Civil 
l.ih-nii-s I niiiB "1 suspect Its n<M Kiwig k> 
Ifii anywhere You can I make Ix-nelils dc 
pendeni on iiivint! up ctnsutuuiinal nghls ' 
kihn Hc-neiihan. Roosevelt I Inivcrsiiy s 
Siinlem Seriaie Pre^wk'ni and a vol me 



Already , sludenu who get federal knns 
and grants have to sign a statement promis- 
ing they dint and won't use ilk:gal drugs 
i\»llcpe ollicals. moreover, are rci|utred lo 
have some kind of anu-dnjg prugnoi ■ 

place. 

To go along with PnesMlcnt Bush ' s '"Wb- 

«\ Drugs." William Bcnnetu tlie pres«fcm'« 
Iriii; I /ar." direalncd tucui nil linanciataid 

I lllsu^aaenll^l>ll^•t■l•^lhaldl'n lliasi' 
.uili iltui! |»'ii. ■ 



11 :30 JLM. To 3:30 PM. Saturday, Novwiber 18, 1989 iUi Are Welcome! 

COUIMBI A COLLEGE EAU '89 

OPEN HOUSE 

PlmTeAlteMl And See HowCokmbiaCokgeCon Shape Your Mwe! 



• libPOi 'ranile« C'** ' 
■ Co'x;u"«ri»efwol'f"^- 




October 26, 1989 



Harbinger 



Features 3 



4*lft IHE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD A Ia^ 

We re Uie people llul yon meet when you re watking down die sBtet eath .lay' Tli.x cdiiMm ininxluies ihe !« «<» hnid Seivnc flub OlfiteR 



IJre,.i»t«r: my 1917 Oir»y Cwilw 

In ny «pwt itaw, I iq|By: ihnknt •*«• ho* 

ttunfcc ihc w»jfW 

( ra/lcM thing In r«tr d>M: dnmr to Wwonni wk 

cvcnaig for * put uf tunglaua 

Dnaa dMi: otic wuh • girl otto conidn* mt Im Jrrjin 

Mimi Slipp 

I ir, jin . jr . *hiM VoUmagiM IUMm GTI rirnvraihlr 
lnnyipar*tiawl«4a}: tha(i|iing,lMn4 uiihmv 
ml boyfriend, ind pniu-ipMing m «ihlclic< 
If I cawhl chMutt thr wafM. t wi nM: fii«l ttw Nun, 
nuclei rafire ivkl Tind acuK (nrihr RkHi hiimifuUi 
I'ratlnilUaiirvi'fvcrAiw: giMm»..)vnlmiheTc^u„ijr 

Urnm iatt: luhnny Urfi|> 



JnkiiCiiaiNnM 

Vkc f^nnlrm nt Mrmhcnhi|> 

nrram tmr: M< i my year 

In my tfuwr linM I tn)i>t limlaig imtn apifc titnc 

If I OMild cluat* ilM KwM. I moM: cod all •«». Hop 

buititct, and hioar Ok homclrai 

llrnundatt: Ihavt liad<>netijnwi:k«v»<iiii I am luil k«tkoi| 



Honitkl ^r.ini i< 
Ih-ffani i,!' 

In niv«|>dl< ,.>;,. 

IM Miuld i»i,invr thr wtirkl I MnvM 



Mon 

■naottf 
-naiMMial Scout 
i . ..(.'» : frlkinrafciii. uxAing, piitiri. 



rhanqtemyKtr 

.'CllCtlOKhlB I 




Lei John Chapman Jacqualin* Oaub*rt and Ronald Utyn 



Jac(|y(liat I.. 

Prc«fcVmt 

Drtnacar: an frln-SH Muc Mud* Muu 

In wn ifn tkm I n^: tinrsat «> >: 

■ xiking, «pcnihng muncy. and hatswn* l)> . 

If I caaW ckMigc Ifet wnrM, I mwki 

auk. tgni^anl «hJ hypixniKal p«i>pi.- 

OHlnl iMai rw nwr dMw 'lamed on thrpontuNc 

RuddMg A, afirr tvmg vUrrd m Jti ii 

l>r«Mi ttt» hrtng lonjiiirarily imndnt widi Mr W nm.ir, 

Ml on an aland m die Bahamaa 



eyr^ <t«t »lk«. shI •♦» 

Students cnntlkd in tlw FtwMl Service \lan- 
aetmenl proeram participate in the 
prep«ralii>n and mt* ice of Mmie of the f«>d 
ilvim. Students are under the Kuidance irf 
.111 insiructinK (her and Baker and profes- 
sionjl riM>dmanaeemenl staff. Intiuirieisctm- 
cerninK the FikkI Service .Vlanajsenx-nt 
program ttiav be directed l<i the V'cjortiina- 
l(>r of the Fo«>d Service program, e\t. 2S7S. 




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Trick or treat give me something good to eat! 



By Ci<ui Aasi 
Managing Kditor 
and Tari Vaughn 
[■■dilor-in-Chief 



\\AHHH:'"! Halkmtxn is Ixr 

- is of all si/c« will he tiui tH-|;>:iri); 

IixhI I'nfimunak-ly. «)me pe<>(>lc ihmi 

ih/c hoggar* (jO be thmiscrs Tit lh!p 

oul ihc uninformed, here i> a livi ■>! 

preferred treats and >uilv irKk- lot iIhi-vC 

' 'li- mdnsU'rs 

:' ten caretic (oi Hallnwcrn 



VtAM v I. . Jiirn null in 

tiHir luivt 

i" -mill Buller I ups (even th<iugh Ihi-ri 
V niencwgiipcrpicluife) 

Ki\w» (safer viupinnj; i*iiuld j-m 
them ahiehL-i r.Ltitu' i 
Sniikcrs , liii:lur 



6) 



hut the p< I 

value, a ik'tiftiie ni> ni' 

TiHUvie Rolls (gixid, I' 

10 the* heuuse the> ^ci 

ycnirieohi 



inMlal 



.irJ 
kk in 



'! * Musketeers (juslvu/i 

t<l Snvartk>MaihiMlKXKl stindiril rien if 

diey Jiin I have any i ' • 
*'i Whi>('per\ l(!realh> i t-ui 

(■- 
l"'tt-- .- ...;.... ... 

stuck in ys)ur leelhl 

rV jh>n!ul.- nil ni>\ uf [hi- irkk i>r 
Ireali' .ili mii' jour hjsu 

catejii jlihv Siutl. Hi I anie 

l-:»tuses 1 114 Caod). C) Cheap Sliifl, Ui 
Stuff Crown-upii Think Kid« Like But 



!>K> n: Wrm^. 

A I s raisins, applet, peanuty, dried fruit 
uiack-S 

H • - uniiies ha) stjle ti«»kies. 

Aiih \»hitc stuff. 

!y. (x-anul hutlcr 

k.iNM. lyiiu knim. die kind m black 

iir orange wiappersi, saltwater taffy, 

guniballs 

I>is candy mm. lolly ranchers, dots, 
gummy things. hard cinnamon 
candy, nintk. mints, bit o honev, 

ami the »(ir« of all P«P CORN B Al I S 



SOMEONE WORTH KNOWING 



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tutu:r :]<•■ 



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K- ' I 1'i.il.nilte >".*i: 

:■»■■ . -t [■1p(ll» ,1*; 

.iifitj. »;uiildllii 



Wiusoural ailvmr t>*«i) m t'n-ii 
CflSeeUvt- knowlediii- -»»! w ■■ ■ j 
cat p eticn e r. Tlwyv. 
atitreyauarrntw 
"naA-bnHwithcH.. ■ , ... .^., 
waivi i,,s.4 Ni make un viiur iiwti 

Ilieirs anulhrr cimmunily 
iCKWOr you should oaiadei, Ifauut^ yiut Amiy RecruMn 
WluB it eonm to Amiy ben^s and u|i|)c«tunitr^ he knows 
them aB, And tie can adnK loi on wtndi pngnna ddk and 
educatnal bendils aivtr •» im 

Kyoure mtefw t eda «a il l W| L iTOnrytyct<te||g. i Mira i^ t a 
tednieal skiU <« ran laftaR about wur future, cal yiair kxai 
Army RecTuim uxlayi Hei lomeanr wiirtti knowi^ 

SSC COMBS 359-7350 



ARMY; 
BE ALL^miitAN BE: 



NEWS... 

that makes;! (lidmiuT, «ctkl> in the 

Harbing er 




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KlAlilf 0\^^ m..^ " ~ ' ~ ~~ Octo ber 26, 1989 

HOW do you r^s^^iidto^,^^^ 



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■AdyttjbcibeiMM. 

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djWi^hu" 

•w^ m»> he •am^ ^„,^ 
««««. tarfcn or h, », J d.„,,,.„, 



"SI""!*; haul I (hmpxi ~ 

ran .'* ih,- i*.Mi*igictl i«)|mB, 
i>r* an* imyrv thi-v 

'•"lyaudiioihjvcto 

«i».iri ..-,!r "> 

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t.«cd Imattiw y,mr«lf ,n tf,a, 

'*'>sy,„„Mningmk>vMr» i^^ 

He** OticBjfowcw*" 

K«llaly,B«spo««hfcfa, 

i^ct."! jItCTourreaainiu Rapeor 



BJ Brothers and Sisters listen and te;; 




"WH* »uh athiU om anw yew 
PenoA Currcwiy. ihcre ac HM 



Health Corner 



?^*«|«*« niMihc* tran ike 

nniHiwuud. Haikiver Park aid 

™"fci« «irwo» 

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•««^Pi« Hoi«,»pt They „e V. 

'n»«b.>*(a»Ktomarti»n«.cvOnc 
;;"»^*»fa«««alee»o«^to^, 

I •<« fine dus season 

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'«W*'»"^C'..B.gB,.HJlcr^and^K 
"■> ha. nxwhiy ha|)pi.„,„g, u^ 

"""ivc everyone 

TV chOdrcj, lean, ihings 

•Wed Henmni, 

_ B<» bwOeri and nsien av 

•"wwttJ rf *ey ae « least 21 



a hand 

*iiB chiJdrCTi IS favorable 

Big Brcxhcrs and Siacrs hold 
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"'^^;' College Student. c« 

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hwmaioB 



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What's your scariest Halloween face? 



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Letters to the editor 



Interpreter Services ignored 



Jonathan Hmnt^, 





Dear Edinir. 

,' ' ^"^^ "'!»"«»*«"■ anKkjNHji 
''vihW Sludcw ScAKf^ Whik-DDS 
-l"<-s proiKk- IMtmnf. mf,»m4ii.m 

am aiMuiyi-d ihauhe arii 
"*•»«» !bc mutprciiDi.' 

priu-qi(iicr\, 

Hj»p.T uuiJroiv cmj>l,ivccs and 
i.(ifnniuniiv nirnihcn 

"**««»d» »<de rwje of tourv 
ys'fic caMcfiii. from M»U>* s 

•"engmcwiBf '..i— . — •. 

An inkfj . 
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We hkw* ffom tmt mm,.,, u. ibc 



*"^ a A-urUi of av jjbWc i,wm«l 

raiT»ck-, Tram.ng Pn>fj^s Aware ol 
*'». »c »,rt hard irung U) kci ihT 

In ihc mcaniimc. when we 

' ■■ • '■ nvf diffKullKS dinnj- ,Hjf ,* »c 
"<^v to impaticntc, suHp.u,«. 
'i»,vKn.andcvcnh..M,|,ty Va when 

;",\1?T.k'"' ' "'^"*' '^ •""•■Wlcr .„ 
'"""•' Ihmy peopl.-. ^ucss »ho IS 
' ini'Tprciing u, ihe hcannc 

A numhcr of reccra uu idcnis hjvc 
■ viullcd ihc nttimJe (5f Harper % 
i --pr'-ierx Hf» unf,«unatc ii ,s ,M 
••''IV' anxlecniiUcd DSS 
- inJ itftKurd the exivicnte of 

'cnd.n,.^,^,^ > ^ 
"' all iHir mimls ^^ 

Jud> MiirPbcrMm SrhuMaclwr 



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The Hurhingfr vnls.inns kiUTs to 

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uptm 1 
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"\\»\S Mould will likf to 

write a sliir>'."" 

How would \(»ii like to 
write a •iportN sl(ir\ .'" 

"Bv the wm. I forj;of to 
tell >ou that the 
midterm is tiid.n." 

"I know ni> ^«eate'• is 
on backwards, hut it's 
just the wa> r am." 

"Is William Harper 
really huried under 
there?" 



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Indians abandon homeland 



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I s and c»f».scd to the hig houses the 
IJix y tars ihc stores koA-d with («x)d 
■»nJ KkkK. alnkisi all haso an'licd f.ir 
|K-muncni reMdemy in the I S 

Imninfrauon laws rr.juire r.ircim 
luJlc Hudciib 111 return u. their 

'1. > Not 

• iiin of Indian 

So today we have a sorrv situation 
*tKrf sk.lW pr,rfessK«ul p«^e fnm, a 
:«-'u.untrv.»ho,popu|j„«„ 

> 'Mh needs th<m, arc lej% .ng the. 

in' to live in Amenta 

Wh, are they coni.ng k, Amenta ' 
for poliutal (retuJimi • N„ in^iu h ,. 
t*en a self gmcmint! den 
*eendof W-W'll 

Da they toine (or rclitiHHis 
<reed«n' IS<> M.«. Indians arc HiiUus 
nee to prattise iheu (a,ih ,„ inj^ «h,lc 
"• Ament^ there are few HmJu tenipu-. 

D.dilv. '-"..-lo Amen. J 1.1 In.- 

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8 Entertainment 



Harbinger 



October 26. 1989 



Harbinger's movie alternatives for Halloween 



By Miihdrl V^J^klrHMr/ 
t'lnlrrtiiinnirnl Kdiliir 

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Haricot movici to N- 

< huiky. a litik dull. 

!..v,M.as |«.v-.ivMd hy ill) evil killcf and 

ihroaicn\ the livft of many people 

IK lit.ling the child owner. 



01 MiB Toa Pr> W^ 

Km the humorimii approath 
Hjll.mivn »anh Ptv Wee H<:mi;in | 

: !■- ill tiiv tl,,ll,,«,vn ;i>MimiC 



Hair a f.i<cM llallimrrn; 



Areosmith PUMPin* again 



By Jamir BeeiMNl 
Staff Hritrr 



Wh<i »iiuUI ihml ihal alu-r iiimi. 
.: annum albums, anj In,, 
iig cchahilitaiion ihji 



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I l>y *c anger and 

Lii (it.i\ and diHncd 



wiiiithe tamous Tyler icream. Tlieic mc 

trik' \ljs\" MHict. 

f^lrvalor, aln-a.h an 

•IK of iJiose mcMviihlc 

if - ' '"1- A(vj>aiently. ihc song is hav ,1 

• HI 0(1 aiiual ckficnence (which »e »..i, i 

!• ■ detail ahoui.l where the clevaioi 

••M upcncd in the mam lo|.(>v foe 

.-..: leniccoods. 

H'A./( ir Talrs. a niinantit ballad 

imiiac lo AnKfi). deals vmh the 

.ilicrmaih of a broken relationship 

IVohahlv the most inicrcMing song. 

'I ^?!■ K an mstrumcnial 

*'■•' I p iHM-.ure. 

■ ■ I his IS Aerosniiih al 

■ im paM. Arcosmiih was tving 
• people hy writing songs that 

' '" people Maybe they were 

iHildirii: something bat k. Now. ihcy arc all 
fiMivcring alcoholics, and they arc 
iho» ing ihcir uuc colors Pt MP is a treat 
lo themselves for a change Thumbs up lo 
.Aerosmiih for another winner. 



I Give Kids a 
Halloween Treat' 



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-THEIR LIVES- 
DRIVE CAREFULLY! 



National Safety Council 



October 26, 1989 



Hattxnger 



Entertainment 9 



II 



Look Who's Talking" has what it takes 



By Joe Slacbtcr 
Starr Writer 



The »ay movio wt-n U) ftn ihi-'st 
lUys. It 1.1 only ihc \urc lire Mnaihct ihM 
mtke II lo ihe big wrccn Tlw itfca ol film 
making as an urt is run an Kka lh.il nmncv 
milking lilni ciccucivcs vubvrihc i.i. hui 
then again, ncilhrr Jlv^ the nuvw-y paying: 
public 

Dircclor Amy Hcikcrhng *icpii 
fonh with a film which, in a non 
tophiviicjicil way. prcients her movie a.* 
in ht xhovi itiK' the audience ithai a lclu»- 
lurn.,! lUAlyrn might think about life 
*hik onJunng the many aspecla «rf naum 
and (Wf culture. Look Wko't Tidklkt 
should be a sure fue hit' 

The film uarts »iih j s.miiit, 
single atcouniani named Mollk- ipljycd 
with controlU-d cra/iae<u by Kirsiio Alley) 
• ho \s having an alfair with » married 
man. After ike fets pregiHim with his 
Mty. we arc neMed lo a snulaunn of the 
bialo|ical procCM wuhin her womb 

As Mollie learnt that she is 
pregnant and she listens to ihc ciopiy 
promises of the father, we sec the thild 
(via voitc-ovcr by Bruce Willis) Asclop 
aod check il<ielf out. Sotm. the child 
tocomes a boy (hut he thinks tu- i^ lusi 
giowmg aioiha aim ) 

Bears Fans! 

WHCM will give away 5 

autographed Bears pennants 
signed hy members of the team, 

such as Mike Ditka, Dan Hamp 
ton, Mike Singletary and 20 others 
Listen Wednesday, Novemer 1 
from 4 pm-6pm to win!. Call 
ext. 2237 for more info. 



In Ml. lilt' s nine month ;■ 
she t<x% thofiping with 1 
fMKh the iMby't father in i 
with aiMithM woman. Hn ('>|im:..ii>.wi :■. 
that he IS gomg ihnMiih a selhsh su^e 
She. lit .(Uir^L- yii»-* K'fs'-'ik .»n t 
' 'f 

,: ,4l' 1.' Uki h. : 

to itic hinpitiil. Ihe caNliisi-i Jam» 
tphyed by Join Travofui*. spiods .•! to iht 
ho^ital where he acctdcntatly >»iinc~.-t 
the bahv s birth 

in the maiernits wjrj 
^' «s til find hi:r hjhs injm.\l 

Wul:., ' .1 ^..kJ lather 

Al h«inic. mom and s.in go ihrmich 
the uHial routines of fciili" ■ *< n . ., , 
waking, and napping Sii 
appears m i:hai%e the rest ..! 

iime* offen to bahv sn \ . 
k( can use tef houK as a nuilini 
h) quality his grandfaiher lor nursinti tmim. 
care Motlie decided thai this would give 
her an cicelleni opportunity to find Mikcy 
a good father Meanwhile, on her search, 
Mikey and James h« it olf great 

The ho»piul notifies Vt..||ii- ihai 

tamc% grandfather is havuig problems 

Feeling sorry for James' grandlaihci 

M..II,.. |.ncf lo the boipital lo help him 

he mau Janet. Ai tbu moment 





».*ti»y (ja«on Sch^l«i) apolHn a oomfortmn ice p«* lo J»m«' (John ' 
• -ds- looli Who"» Talking • 

■I that they arc right for each 
olhti 

The actors ami asiicssis m I tok 
Who* TaUuRg play their pans pcTfeclly 
John Travolta pbyi his bevl role m years 

rompjrcd with olhi-r baby inosies 
like Ihrrr Mm and a Raby. 
(ihoubutlcrt II. and Rab; Baoai. 
this one* a bit funnkf for all age*. 



' Si.i P>ClWf«« 

..;.;a, nead in 



jlih<iut:li sou may hear a hn of kid* adt 
thill p.ii,nts. What diws ihal wiwd 

nh',iii ' 



.\ three and a half iiar job out of 
lour flood job Amy Hcckcrlmg for 
making a movic-an film with «yle. 




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10 What's Happening 



Harbinger 



October 26, 1989 



Thursday 


Friday 


26 


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South AiMrtcan Day ' 
Concan-Soiavanto 
; 30 pm. J143, $4-$6 : 
Xht World Garr*- / 
12:30 pm to 4 pm ' 
BMg M. %2-$* 


Wortd-t worst 
Flhnlesi-Bad For- 
Mgn Films, 7:30 pm, ; 
J143, $2-13 


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28 

Footban-Triion at 
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Early Spring Registration 

Cunenllv xr prc\u>uaK f nmltetlfOiilBflll 

K*f our miy for Spnn| 1 <**) emiu claut 

Ftct arc due Dwemhct 14. I<W9 

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in llw Rc(i«r<r 1 Omcc, BUk A. K 

EARLY REGISTRATION SrHIV. 
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BEFORE CHRISTMAS 

Twas A Month Bofon- ( hr. . 

C^^^n, The Wan; ::J; tM^;^;;.^;'*^ ^-^ ^^^ ^'«'^' ' VV. 
And Take Shorthand. Run A IX^ K Tm. u if' ' ^'""'^' ^v-fx- 

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12 Sports 



Harbinger 



October 19, 1989 



Hawks crush Rock Island 

Saturdays Triton game to determine standings for regional playoffs 

^ ... I ..Hx.. -mil UM«w>r'« <ivnnffe«t con 



By Rajr Damlat 
Staff Writer 

Can ihf Ha*k» be the hcM 
community college Icam <* the 
decade'* If they coniinue to 
jKtfonn like ihcy <l«l M<«day, 

yes. ^ 

Tte H«»k» look another wmi 
29-9 against Rock l«laad after ■ 
ckMC halflinw ■•core of 9-* They 
BOW stsKl Willi a moiti o"^2 *"* 

Jamc'. Haywood had nft 
yards tuiihiBg and h*<** •>" 
commumiy college record «< P 
loach downs foe the JcaKXi. Hi« 
two touch down* Monday, one * 



60 yvd run. give* him 1 K «» lai 

Quarieihatk Icrry Chjmv 
pynwd M) >ar* w BnaUocJ Jom-». 
IW K.C (« l*f> Kwi'' *'*"^ '""" 
U*alcd6.^ yjrdiaml Kiikci Tvfcr 
H.llin»kj47yaniricU|!.>al 

The lumovct* m the '"•»» 
({torlrt »lmo>il cosi ihcm ihc 
game lUvwcver. ih* Hawk* 
lurned ihc game around in the 

thint qu:>nf ' 

Wc %cfm lo he domg a lot 
o( that ■' ciwimcntcd Head Couch 
Ji*n EliaMk Well he down at 
h^t lime, then pull oui ot «. The 
ihud mianct vcem» lo he a good 
^^Kiner fvir ua." 



Bui MiaMk lix-k". li'*.irJ llw 
rCjIKwal )!»>.•' It <"- ^''T ""• 
..llcnw . '" '^ 

pUy o(l - 

Ihl* M JMIll » Ml I* iin. Itll'tl 

regional chanipionship luf 
Harper, il they viW i jpiuic ihi- 
lille on Sovi-mber 1 1 The 
honor* will quality Harjui a* the 
tK«i community college («xithaH 
leam o( the decade. 

Eliasik believe* Harper's 
biggcM awel in ihe plavoH* will 

be the o(fcn*e <>■ 

point* per game hj- 

Ttic two game* we km »i m... 

M'oied *e*cn point*. " Fliasik 

eapiaaned. "Wc nctil i" <'>ni">' 



the hjll I-"--'-!' " ^ '""P ""*'■ ^^ 

**i^^* 

Ho»e4ii. tUrix-i ha- sulUK J 

many intune* ihis «»«!«. •'"«^'' 
«ill he one olihe Hawk* bigge*! 
»c3knci» going into the playofi* 
Hia.*ik reasons, 'l( we don l have 
injufie*. we'll have a chance ' 

The Hawk* have also given 
up a tot of pi»s«ng yardage ihi* 
ttaMin. and have a fre*hnan 
qiancrtiKk. 

Elia^ik commenied. He 

'f^aney! ha* hi* giKid day* and 

!■*! djy*. like any other ijuji- 

.-il>*k Forlunaicly. there have 

been more pnd one* than had 

College of Dupage will he 



Harper'i tntongest compeuiu 
fiw Ihe regional dtle Earlier Uh 
*ea*on Hjuper Iml lo DuPage 
14 

If both the Hawks and 
DuPage win ihu weekend'* 
icamcs. ihey will (ace eaih other 
acain November 1 1 If nol. Ihc 
lUvik* will mo*l likely pla\ 
ciihet Jolici or Illinoi* Valley. 

Their compeiiuw at legiOBal* 
wd the home field advantage wiU 
be dcicmimed by ihe home mauh 
on Saturday agamsl Tnion 

Eliasik believes it will be 
'prctly compelilive game. TriUm 
I* a formidable opponcm." 



two Wucn arjwnn wiun««T. «■- . - 

Lady Hawks get solid win 



B» KrihWurier 

Niv>*fditnr 

The Harper VoHeybail Tow 
both toad and bad m-* - 
durwttelMlwcck. 

taM weekend Huix. . ..^.. 
wcR defctwd (I dM conieMncc 



teihad 

■retttw" 

. Hawks 



,>i ihi- 




PIMM *f T«< 

Lady Hw* Vicki Bwtnarak 
to maha h«i mow* 



CiK* ti ' '''•t>-i'" Ktichn cinnnKrnit.l i^» 
iinaracnl »n- 
loumanieJil 

VlMUCvl. 

In the 11 

dcfcatt'l '■■ ■ 
a maii^ 
whKh iti 
Th, 
»a. Illu,, 

Sharon Ahera wa 
l.i.nlcH-ncc Plavrf w<' ' 
Ircshtiun, ».! 
Sh.i!"" 

" " ' ^ re voied 

,,,»K.Ki,.. >..-.. ;.. :..,m»lll«el» 

A the lourreimenl 

The game la»i Tue*d»y |wwea «' '- 
more Irutlful li* Ihc lady H.v ■ 
won b«>ih of Ihcit matthc* in U 
(tames m bc« out i>« Uirec comp* nu. -n 
Ttie Ijdv Hawk* won the lit*t lw«i 
, anainvi Wright Communitv 
^c. then weni im lo late 
Ki*nwaukce 

Hie Lady Hawk* won ihcir first game 
quickly, wiih a *«:orc of I* i. lollowmg 
v,iih«*<*«>nd*trt»«fliiieo»IMI 

Wc played as a leam unMihl. iwd 
Ellefson-Kuehn, "When we play «« • 



mm-% ■ 1 1 

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Th« Lady Hawli* wo* •» • !•«" » 
durmQ Ihw ma* Tuesday wiwrng 



Pholo by Tan Vaughn 

Wr^ Codaga and Kisnwaunaa CoMaga 



«JminV.n ^ ><»««• »"« •«•**• Freepi-t on (Xtt*er 1 1 



Harper's fitness 
alternative 



Sports events 



i'y To«y Wall 
Staff Writer 



,^ ,«e pco|ik who 

spciu *»»'•'* °" \ 

ChitagoUnJ hcalOi . :uh rocmt«r*hip 
T*e faculty and ailinini*irat»'* "< 
BuiUing M areni lethng *«'rTy lor ymt 
In (att. ihiy II u-ll y<w Han*' "'f'''' ** 
cauorakm ai a fr».iK«i ol the v»'M 

PPD I''*" I* lot *iudeni* and 
community resident* desiring «rio«^ 
phy*ical condiliomBg »M» «»* •" 
organi/cd outside of • «nic««d 
environmcnl <>«:e you regislff. i"^ 
coo™.- 1* Ik* >bk- arownd youf fchcdule 

The program t«fi»i wfi » 

mdivHtuid I1>y»ical FtwiM hmoamtM. 

r,-^i Rcsung heart rate, bkioil pressm*. 

dy muKWrM tompositton. and a 

r,'*s test are inctadcd This mlormalK* 

;«ialy/cd by wumpulct to arrive ai m 

ideal or "pc'**'"^'"'''* exercise 

nr».npli>^ i. 

A c.mipli.ie introaiKliivn lo »« 



-ludinl* 
r(>graifl% 
I \iii'rii;ih 
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ei|Uipn>.-'>i 

in*vw. ii ■! : 

trf Ihc at c»cri.i.-.e iiiuipmcni 

Nautilu* and CamSlar i 

equipment and Suirin-i 

Rower and Aiidyric 
tondHMWingetJuip""''' 

During iht 
pursue a chour i > 
InchMled aw: rei«««*fc< «.'•'•" 
development). caiJi. 
conditmmng. at a combtnauon oJ t«»h 
PerMioali/ed fimeis (0^» «*» •* 
I *uh one of ihcse pee«rtplion 

I I.IIUI*. 

Al Ihc tonclu*Mw <>« the wmeswr. a 
rea«'«**meni analyM* i* performed lo 
tagc tanli.'^J^'.iil-ir and rau»cular 
*,_o,^, lividuahhcKly 

' Maii> '•* improvement 

IV m walki »i/e wM a detrea**. bul an 

inj.rf3^ Ont teweMtr i* only SM». 

-.if, Ihe 

Item 

value lor Muiiviii' .."" '"' * 

teHdcMs 



Men's and Women's Tuesdays 
Basketball 



5:30 - 7 pm 
Gym 



Men's and Women's TuesH^hurs 
Basketball Mo" " "•"^"'^ 



9- lOpm 
Noon-1 pm 

Gym 



Men's Floor Hockey Tues/Thurs 
Tues 



11 - 1 pm 
5:30 - 7:30 pm 
Gym 



Men's and Women's Sat 

Raquetball 

singles and doubles 



10 - Noon 
RaquetMil Count 




Entertainment 
Special 



Live from New York ! It's 

Saturday Night 



ilfclililiiill lll^l 




RRBinGER 



November 2, 1989 



News 1-2 

Entertainment. ...3-4 

Editorial 5 

Features 6-7 

Happening 8-9 

Classifieds 10-11 

Sports 12 



Features 



• The Human 
Performance Lab, 
making a 
difference. 

Meeting \he needs ot Klarper 
College and ts surrounding 
community 




Page 7 



Entertainment 



• "Immediate 
Family" worth 
spending the 
money for. 

Gtpr^ Close stars in Jonathon 
Kaplan's latest liim 



William Rainey Harper College 



VOL. 24, NO. 12 



International success 



By Kr* Wortrr 
■Sews i'dilor 



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ijfper's wpl.k i .ill iisi '*jN 


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TiH'i ill lull ir 




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iV^ommumiy altar. 


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ITie etanetii «u 


\c\amt ami .vu^ipanMi l»y Prupam 


BcMldwdTlKRoun! 




campu' clistH and i»i 


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Ihc <\cn\\ ol ihc 


*ivli »frt- ail Mn 


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" ■ ■vrt»fmaiK:ewa>v>iiynaniK i»H4->pi.i>jik- 




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Ul>. \l l'» u\K llUJtKOIR SWIUW. l.iIH:i t.tU.M. vUil 




ttaBMafpn,l>r»ideMofi>mtEninBaanl s^i- v,- -..i j n-.il h !:<<xl gr.Hindworti." jMdNe^Mn. 

Hi„^., „i .„« .,. n-ppj, intcmiiional Week bcm y<w and *iUi >m:^bi pii«s n expwd on some ot lite events done Hus yew. 

^' makinKlnienii«icMlWecliaiNnersuc>.cwincjiiycv 

16.5 million dollar contract approved 

Construction and expansion will begin next year 



lt> I- rill V\iir/«T 
Nt»N Miliir 




Ha«per\ H....< ■• i. -. vofcaJ m 

iv(»i.laSlfi npfojcvi 

v.hc<lult'il ii! tx ... .» .. ,^^ 

(Jne ntw huiMing and two addttimiN 
will malii' »(> itK- i>n'»erl. Inctudi^l >"• ■•■ 
puiHk'tl t»»*\li>ri \pakc. J liNfai .i( 
in^andanciaultvCbtmli-n^txcicnu-j ..i.... 
ilK btnAtKrc turrcMly is 

Harpci ifi rct>ing on a S 1 1 miltnn pam 
(nm Uie viaic legtdaMR and ihi- Illin>i<. 
Board ot Higlier Educ«»n(lBlU:i. cauMni; 
•Mtac (rnarit member* lo he ccnccmed over 



Ifk- (Ki 



hut TlllMM|)Mn. 

ThfmpMm hiiiovc* iticrr i- ■-•" 
thjuicol luikliiii' ihn icar jih) .il" 



abfe Tl»e bomlv hotk- fmm a relorcwium 
whK'h»'«pi&«3dl>y ^cummuniiy early in 

TticlKindiwcKan^nallypim.'lMiiciillo 
tuiki i teccnd canqus Wuh hmcr cnroB- 



:tienj.a»«cond ijn , i ..■.Id v 

.'II' lands an: U) Ik- u-*ii h» ctpan.suin on 
■ijrjx-r> ^niundx 

Accunlini! lo Chapman and CuiIct. 

Harper's bond aiii)fTie>v. ttiey muw \x sold 

•■v FVccmher ' 1 Alu-r thi>. dale, Chapmai 

irj ( iiiKi I an m>i U-(;jlK rckomim-nd U>e 

.ik iv| Ux-NifldMn ji.;.>>rdanic«ruliilicrel- 

■ nduiti 

S; > niillicH) m lundinii may come from 
either the nale ol allcmalc l<oiid> or from 
houltsiofe rrvemie. 

Increa.<>init the ■a^t of tile boakaore 
will allow additiaml products lo be sold. 
VrvHif gicaier sales and proTiis 



Stu dent t est scores dropping 



B» Krik Wur<rr 

NewsEiHlor 



Over -KWl of M^oed Harper uudems 
rc«)iiife fCOMdiaiclafies n Englidi, math, vt 
•aidaig in dteir tint year, according hi a 
iw«m dtmoKrafiiiM: profile produced by 
Stitdrm Developmeni. 

Many MutteMi aic bckini n the btxKs 
*hHh HhoaU ba«e beet leaned a bifk 
■c huul and aic taipcfMRd for anoy coHrte 
ccmct. 

StndrMt Koruig beio* 57 }♦ on the 
reading icclion of the niMlMory Fnglivh 
lest arc limited in theircIlM liMd.wthey » ill 
not ovcftiurdcn dtcfiaehici. 



rhe kn» «n»fi-v .m |>lait-ntcm icses air 
rcnecied by Al" I na I «iirei of Harper 
ttixkrnu t am year ihc aversigc ACT score 
wa<: 16 H4. iiini|wii-d lo ihi<i year't avera^ 
di 16 .^ <Htm» have faltea aationaily on 
tnHhk-sls 

Student Devekipment umi die<e facts 
todeveki|> ennillment planning guideitne». 
NKiwtuig a (rcMci number of remodial 
claiad. 

"New tM time I itudem,« cannut regt»- 
lei (or cliaiei until ihry have taken the »• 
«e«finem tent*." sawi Chns .Siaub wtio pre- 
sented the profile 

"We ny M help Mudenis before the fall 
seneacr . aad not afkr," she cmtmial. 



StuiJtnts HMdlng rtmediai datttal 




2 News 



Harbinger 



Novembers, 1989 



Students recover after quake 

Mental stress outweighs structural damage 



Roselle Road Journal 



(CPS) • Like cmyote the otvoivrd w 
the de«KiM»g eiithi|iake iJiai ihcuk the 
San Brmwco «ca Oct 17. siudcnts are 
tT>'>ng 10 put thev lives back together In 
doing m. ihcy 'rt facing c kned campin Nitld- 
mgs. nights camped ouLside, cancekdcliine* 
and even guilt feelings 

One psychoiogia predicts it will take a 
long lime fix college life ki return to nonnal 
and that, in the tnuma't wate, mdma' 
grades may suffer 

"TheK'i a kM cil uncertainly, a kM of 
■MM, al Ifcu poMt." UMd Bill Georges, a&ju 
am housing ducctur of Stanford UmvenMy . 
where VM iiudents may be forced to move 
permanently. 

The qiMkc ■nwfdiMfly t l i n i l w 'wl 420 
Stanford tiudents. 

At the Univemly of CaJifomia-Sinu 
Cnii (UCSC). just ei|^ miles from die epi- 
cemer of the tpnikf. some dorm residents 
woe "suU slffping oMside lo rest iheir 
tMrvcs' four days ttkt the imiial shock, re 
ported Armin Quiring, a campus bodine 
vohntecr at UCSC. 

MoMof rile ooUcget m dK aici canceled 
cbMCi far ■ kaH one dqr, and iMBe. Mie 
Golden Gate Univcrsliy. Sai FtWBKoCom- 
iHMly College. UCSC and Stanfotd vat 
thai down tor rinee days. 

Some Khools were iciativeiy indMh 
aged. At the Umveniiy of Cabioniia ■ 
Berkeley, for example, one HadMi Rpcned 
svaiclied in fear as die quake tttveaMsncd lo 
bar* the huge windows of the bbrary and 
shower evcfyoae inside widi glass. How- 



ever, the windows heU. and the campus m 
general suffered seemmgly few smctttfal 
conseijucncct 

About 2U}Xno itudents are earaHed M 
the 23 nmor twivyear and km-ytm cam- 
pines in die area hit by the ciuihituake . whxh 
itgistered 7 I on the Richier Scale wd wits 
felt as far as 350 miks from its place of 
origin 

(Xfn uls were vull trying to figure out 
the Bumhci ot drad A wtxrk alVrward. the 
de^Uh loll hiiJ rc^hrd 47 people, with on 
other IM) people still mivsing AIukhi 3. 1(1) 
were ireaicd in area hiHpiuls for injuries At 
last 6. VW people were dispbced f nini riirv 
hooics. 4,.MJ0 m Swu Cru/. 

Near Sama Clara I'mveruty alone, the 
cpHkc caused five deaths and WIO mjuriM, 
damaging at many as HCIO housrs aid I M) 
businesses Emergency ofTiciats' fuss esti 
males were dial a would take at least S2M) 
million 10 put Santa Clara back tagedKr 

No fatalities have been leponed ai any 
of dwcodcge campuses m die area. 

S i wt o t d may have suffered die worn 
pilysical dMMge of die ichooli in the region 

Twemyfour of us 240 major buildinnts 
have been elated "mdefinilely" iKcausc of 
structural damafc. reported ^nkeswoman 
Eileen Walsh. 

Students were shuflled mio lemponvy 
houtng. and cinues rekicaied to temporary 
buildmg space, she added. 

Even those who survived widiout sjg 
nif leant damage to dieir loutmes wouU have 
nones of the* own to lell 



Bf Viwng (arpuntlf Aehirvcn 

•I kiyds of I jcndkm. the 301 year oU 
eschange. b currenily suffering brcauu: 
of ennrmiHis insursKC claims dirooghoul 
die decade l.k>yd« has also been besieged 
by upset long term mveswrs 

"Uoyds IS on the ropes." said Pwcr 
NMtiMg. a kwg linic investor who is lead- 
ing a gfoup in itrcaentng lo sue the ex 
dwipc for allcgnl mismanagemem and 
negligence (V<^ are upset because of 
poor, lackhistcr reuvns 

Brokers' mabtlny to deal diicctly 
with clients has helped hnng on these dif 
fKullies because the main purpose of a 
hnker IS to act as an iMcimednry (oi their 
cbenis 

"Lloyds has kisi contnil of die situ 
alion ; tfiey ait not conimlling dieir desony 
like Uiey used to." slated PKsidEM of 
Uiyds RoKdd Kut 

•At S lO 77 Mlion. die trade deficit IS 
adihng lensun in fnanc lal markets. Econo- 
hhus contend large cuts m die US budiei 
IR needed for fwdier trade unprovemem. 

Overwhelming die n«ians capacity 



luc«(iiin. the del ii ii lords an enormous ap- 
pnitc tot foreign goods and capital. 

•The oil and auto Hidusvy are seek mg 
to create cleaner buming fuels Both are 
abiding by President Bush's pniposal lo 
reduce aubi puHuum Big three officials 
(Ford. GM. and Chesiwlcil said diey are 
trying to lind cDsKffctuve fuel for reduc- 
ing air-polluung pniMcms Tcsungforal- 
lemaiivc fuels wdl not be completed until 
ncsi summcf. 

•The Internal Revenue Service plans 
10 restructure Hsclf to run hke a private cor- 
poration The IRS will fill low new high- 
level positions widi people from the pri- 
vate sector 

Chief Financuri OfTicer will be filkd 
by an einpktyec liom widim die ^enc7. 

A iransler -credit program called 2'»'2 
was developed between Harper Cotlege 
and MundelKn College The program al- 
lows Harper bwaeas studenu to enter 
Munddien CoUege with Junior siandmg 
after earning a two year degree. 

Harper is work ing on sunilar progians 
widi Roosevelt College in Chicago. 



Students Note 



Last day to drop Is Saturday, November 1 1 

Course withdrawals are accepted in the Registrars Office, A 213 



^e 



ups| United Parcel Service 

Announces 
A new Distribution Facility in 

PALATINE 

Part-time opportunities ideal for Harper Students 




out our advantages! 

EXCELLENT PAY 

STEADY EMPLOYMENT 

HEALTH BENEFITS 

PAID VACATION & HOLIDAYS 

POTENTIAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 



Applications taken here 
Building A 
Today. November 2nd 1 0am - 2pm 

Tuesday, November 7th 10am -2pm 

705-6025 



You can also apply at our employment office located at Rand & Hicks. Palatine. 
Applications taken: Mondays 3pm - 5pm 

Wednesdays 10am -2pm 



November 2, 1989 



Harbinger 



Entertainment 3 



»t 



Live from New York ! It's Saturday Night! 

From the Blues Brothers to the Church Lady.SNL still leaves 'em laughing 



■31 JovSticMif 



If you were uRfuciuttMe caaugli 10 hum 
ihc fi(ie«aili 4niuvcrsir> of NEiC"« StUui- 
daj' Ni|^ Uvt. aiKsd on ScpKmtier . - 
iha ytm. Ihat'% not much vou tan >i. 
malw U|) tiir il- cia'p< mjic ^ Icu-ikJ 
lapediL 

ir« hard lu beltevc Am ritteeii yan 
jig».piyi\ike}<ibnBtlmtitmiVmAy\tni<.A 
wcrr bMCiMy Hhcattf ol, and (be r^ 
ihi-« fi-lli>w SMLoiiilttfttMtiy ai ■■ !» ■■ 
; rcpulaliMH as ItiLi 

V iht.a «js ttanedb) i 
....I iunu:d Uinie MKJiaci« 
qwMxk «s auoil live tnxn ) 
CemcT. m <itudio8H.M>OKtotier 1 i : . i 
iiuK-iy minuiei. Tlie MM bMKwoifc d' llie 
shoik coausKd of • |bc« hon. t muuciii 
pcrfumcf. anBiiMl canedMM. AllefEiii 
voK'c- oven fiom MnDaactf Don Ftudi), KiMt 
J stnng of comcdv vkctchcji pcffanned by a 
group o< laleoKd pcopk Mked "Tke-Noi- 
Rcaiiy'lur PnaK-TlMe Phiycn.' 

The ongtnal SNt CM canMWt III Dm 
Aykroyd. John Beliuhi. C^trf Claae. Jane 
Cunain, Gaitet Momv Lmmm Newman, 
and Gilda RadMr. All of Ihesc perfiKmer^ 
* <'m .m ID MKCcss, illlwaith, wwne did mc 
imc tan odien. 

• hevy Chaw toft 10 bCKBi his cmnnowi 
f dm >.'3ircrr cu- 'itanHig witli CoUe Hawa n 
»..»i i>i:.» (hi 



\«hen hi^ \^rrki-iid 
L pdalc and his >. lumsy 
oaf GeiaM Ford im 
pceismi caught on h> 
ihc vicvkcf. After he 
left. BUI Wunay »i% 
brought in jtul wis mn 
rcadiK jLCcptcJi il van 
caa believe that) 
As the sht>» K- 

came mun: and nOK 
pufiufav. the caM warned u jo oa to Miifer 
ikiiiis (Mic file Ng WRCii). SooB. dK shn* 
hecame mm rril-m m»n Md comediaM; 
like IV ~ Falll0GuKk)Sjrdu>.u. 

Dan Aw . (mibaPltlO. Bill Mur 

r;iy\ Utik U»ittv( Brian (oteady a wnKf), 
jnd Harry Sheuici I fh're wen atno fuesi 
horn who c wwihuiL'd 10 the shii*« swxesi. 
Amoagthewaa' l)ik.it tlcnoy.EUMi Could. 
jnd St^'% V Monin I limigklhwic toeaea*y K> 
misLike Sk've MaimaiacaHMenliCT: hut. 



in lac t. he only appealed at a imeti tiiM 
"nieyc^ !*>)«) hnNiglK ma new d- 

and a nc« Saiimtay Nighl Uv« altOf c 
rhe >" i .a.st left and M^ pu- 

fhKti jcli A yi(Hin|! wrwtan 

pitn of Ihc ' 



' Jltd 

.. . ,. IIh- 

-umiaHfa ifeai fell 

fiecaase the 

•We're two wild 
and crazy guys!" 



■Stevs Martin and 
Dan Aykrpyd 



dww wM bvc. die enimmmiaify m- 
km crowd funbrr cinvey«d die lad realtty 
the ihow WW m lenom irouMe. 

wen: lei(o. OalyfiaMipoandMtiqiliy (who 

hddtofiitMhtiwayloilirfiafck wiekepi 
(in The new pniducer. Dick KherMiilwvd 
1 iiB Kwurinski, Mjty Oiuwt. and later JanKi; 
HehisiH. Theitowmiiiiovedaadwasfen- 
eiaHy baitl up anwnd foe and ifddte. who 
NMMHy dtd A»n wiih each other— they had 



a niutliltiitt- i%i tliLiruHts 




fhe tiiow. again, 
hecame wul. 
wMk Crystal and Sbua conir>l>. 

AfM» die feaiai die enuK caM Mid 
rniducaklllheiliow. tonteMKliaeteie- 
turned aher a f««e year h ia wt . New caM 
aiemiirn imhided Vara Uunn. Jon Utviu. 
Amhrmy Michael Hall ifiecli (n<m "Sittrcn 
Candlct"!. Randy tjuai.) ' ' cr, 

n»l.andlX.-i«u«Milk-i I iiiu 

a thaky start with lew nieiiNiiaMc v li^acierc 
(W ikelcheik. After a wascm nitat i>t the caM 




CsurtMir ol Nac 
Jan« Cutam (right) Maw* oM in putzlamsnt ci Gilda Radnar |A K A Rosaanna 
BoMannadanna) a* tlm goM of on anoltwr on* o« tha famous Rosaannadanna 



liluf^ Bruthcrs. Steve MartinS "King Tut", 
loldie Murphy 's iinging Jc!>u: Jatk.'.aa. Joe 
Piacofn's Frank Smatni. and Billy Crystal's 
Samniy l>av» Jr 

IIk ukl SNL khuws am be found on 
videoca.ViCtlc and mhik are rerun or die 
Nickclodconchanrrlascondemcdhalf-huur 
segments that used to be played uo Wednes- 
day mKtMi M Ite 70'i. One can aJ.so find 
vidoK that feature die higlilights ul Dan 
\, v.iiivd.Jt>hnBelu.Nhi. Chevy Cbasc.tidda 
,'< ..111. f ,i!i,l f .I.Ik- .Mur])hy. 

1 1 leenth scaMHi ha.1 started 

I live kKked iill b> Ihe 

i.iJh»Mcdby thediltercraca.ct.s. 

I mm! diere will be anotlicr fifteen 

years at tlie gieat emenainmcm we have en- 

joyed 10 te. 



^I'n* :m n.tn ■ 



«*«>! , I M 1 I'viu Milkr and 

Dann >. .• ,v.., iiiH.r\ like Lkmal arvcy. 
Jaa Hookit. Phd Hanman, and Viciona 
JackM<« came and die «how Hn|«oved ooce 
agam teav u^ u^ w nh die ca»t wc have today 
Loolung buk on die |n»i fifteen yeais 
of S?C oialies one ttNUk ol die diuii;!. dial 
"■•"■■"■larv lonnuia: iIk 
> wild and ctwy 
■ • >" "•>■... liiok 



iinomi. the N 

ul>iial»y.c«:; Uw 
ciiwi bite Mr BiH. die Moppets, and 
t ip)>i funk', and ilic muciial skits idte Ite 



ail Murray {ten 
plays family feua 
ganiesbowbostto 
the Coneh<»ads 
liett 10 ngM Dan 
Aykroyd, Jane 
Curtain and 
Larane Newmani 
"Whcfe are you 
from •>• &ays Btll 
Murray Trance" 
replies lather 
Conebead, Dan 
Ayliroyd 




CeurlMr «t NK 



It 



Immediate Family'* worth spending the money for 




H< Altvathinhind 




1 nihlc ID Lonccivr a child itie 


l^talttnr^ f ditor 




fe«)ri to "open adoption.' 

ilK'y drat/ a contract with an 

unwed inodiet to bring the thiU home 


liUi 




u(t!T hmh 


Thr 


' a ruugb c - 


").• mother. Lucy (Mary 
III. rcali/cs that she caniKii 










inixiimaii) or linaixrially care for a child 






and does agree widi die Specion at die 




, TM. .i.^ ..,..,:, 


t. ihv - „,.,.r.. .- ^.,,-ni« <«Kin. a bond 


- iit 


1.1 (11, hlns^ . 


.1 the Spcctors 


.. Su 


.-nil- ,in.1 .1 


. irrival of Sam 


ICV- 




Mlloni, the baby s father and 


1 mmf dtate 


family 


id mitstcian As the film 

■ " - rs devekip a kiving 

hip widi Sam and 



OayrlilM IN* CiMuiliaM mclyrx r,<i.jili •< 

Linda and Mchaal Spador (Giano CtOM and Jamas Wboili) yaarn for m>> ' i-w ■: 
Colunitiia Pcturac' tmmatfalaly Fami^' 



Mtcluel and Unda want a i huJ 



him has a good premise, a 
.iipt. fine acting, aiid accurate 
.Ml of which rnake ImmetKaie 
Aorth spending the money to see. 



4 Entertainment 



Harbnger 



November 2, 1989 



Thinking Rain with Aquatic Noggin 



By tiM AMt 
MjBaciiiii I'ditar 



I.I >C4»> 

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What lu(>pl'n^ * hen » t|ua.Hi 
kard MKk. kinj ol piKI punk 
gance baml movi-% away (torn 
tkertr iradilKwal Nahni KatgiMi 

«lwk tn the miul pljtc 
h' I II )!t*e vou a hmi. 

I hiMk K un 

Aqu4lu V(ii>t:in s l.iti .1 
rcloa^it'. Tkink Riiiii 
uniquely diltcroni Iriviii u) 
iht-ir pri'VHMn mjicful Ciinv .i. 
llu' uihi'iMu: ^uiur licks vkiih 
tiVLTwhohmii,; rjwncNS Ntik:*:Hi 
has nirlti)*cj out The v**- 
have Ukcn on jn aUm^tl loui 
Kvlini; \^i(h i>A.ing> guim jit.l 
iimK\lilnini> 

AqujtM. Noggin hjs ihrcc 
nK-niK-r^ Dan Chjmhcrs <ni 
Cutur. I'jul Fini on has', anil 
Mile Waterman on ihe ilrum\ 
They xiL'inalK (cmivJ ruhi Ki.- 
tn iIk- i 
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November 2. 1989 



Harbinger 



Editorial 5 



Letters to the editor 



Computer Lab under-equipped 



I wn a iMdrM wie in Die D) > I 
Compuwr Ub md 1 kno* iJ>-ii »'■ ■>"• 
nrwady «idcr-«quinx-<i 
umes ivhen ptv^ arc n ; 
the coropulCfs at all Iwi^auv; til ilk 
iHunber of pcopk m our l;ih 

We have ax IBM !■' 
cempiMn from Ihc car 1 
(mcIBMPS/: 

ThclBMK N Jtiwn.'uU\ .'ui .• 
lUli.' V\\- hjvo tuil ptivniiii^ KkW liC ' 
pii'j'K- ..luvinj: jll >>l their ml. in,, it: 

1 i^-,1 Jollt v.- Ik^-* -j.. :1.. :: ■' 1 

fipfii iab of them 
computers Wcc^> ' 



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. tunge leiicn and Mkas wuti »iy ol 
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F« m Mia. uBiiia* m mi i w 



"Those are Harper 

yeese, enrolled in Teed. 

t I y , a n d I- e c e ^ ' 
prouram." 

" I heard HiU> riarpir 
was realb buried under 
the HaK."" 

" Ihc girls .ire i:one. 
Now we ean reall> ha\e 
some fun." 

" I love (Jod, too, just 
not in the same wa> ." 

I think I did m> 
homework, but it was m» 
hard, I don't remcmluT" 



Clarifications 

The -iporis stor> Hawks crush 
Rock Island from Ihc i fctohet 26 
issue of the Harhmgrr was iiwor 
reel The Hawks, in fact, played the 
Augustana Junior Varsity team. 



America falls backward 

Dominos fall in reverse order 



The COtniTUiiii^I ...uimnes m:- ^^^'v.i.v..^u.i, i^ .:,'^;;:..--. alUl 

frwti^m llieir txropic arc Kvoming more globally aware and prmesiing in 
■. expand their r^- .-,-...... . .,'ht c.nintncs arc iwvmp niore 

•rnvracv as wc! 

I ntoriunatcly. in ihv v "n«.i. >>..i-> ^'•' Jr*-- ivpcricnung more 
ripressHMt and an imnLMMngly apathetic pi>pulati<in. 

When Resident F.iscnhower put forth his domino theory, he never 
mucmed it amid y^ork in reverse. The iron curtain is lifting. Not because 
of .wythinj! the WcMcm \\\>rld has done, but because ch;mpc has (vcurred 

from within . 

When Kiissia .idmilled that (.oninuinisni wasn l working .ind 
anmninced re!..mis. the world stored liack unbelievingly. Alter C«irh;>chev 
showed tolerance with its own people and with Poland, the other 
cotmnunist countnes began to push the diwinos b.ickw.ird. 

In luvl the last vc.ir. the world has seen great strides toward 

licllKVT.K S 

•Poland now has a two parts sssicni 

•Fast German President Fgon Kren/ and Ihe communist party have 
tm«THsed Its petnile reform. Thcv have allowed large protests to take place. 
Fast Ccrmany was also liberal in allowing the freedotii trams to .oniinue 
tor a w hile. though they no longer do 

•In C/echoslovokia the population has taken to the streets in pro- 
,lv niixracy demonstrations Ihe govcmnKni h.is cracked down on them. 
■ the people are iKTsistm^ 
•Bulgaria is also Ltcing unprecedented public dissent In reaction, tup 
offk laK have announced that refonns are to be implemented. 

•I lungary s parliament has decided to release over 6.()(K) prisoners in a 
. lal amnesty program. Hungary also has been praised tor participating 

«.iih the fr-- ' •■ •■ ■"■' 'f le.iring down its own wall. 

•Ilij., of nationalism in certain regions ot Russia. 

. .1 ,,, „,„ ,. , ,.,,,cstsbi>ih exemplify the growing phenomena 

.'ation a-- the grass roots level to pn>mote change 
-.„.„ih .Africa n-centlv allowed the biggest demonstration in history. 
The African Natior.al Congress was given official pemii^M.-n i,< hol.l a 
' Ms evrn though tt"-\. h.ise Kei\ outlawed since the 7(Vs 

•Columbia ha -^- on ihe drug lords at the possible 

\nse of its own . , . , 1.1 

ITie worUl is ctmstanlly umk-rgoing change While the rosi ..( iIk- sM>rld 
. . hanging for the belter, the Iniied States is regressing. 

\fter making great strides in the past few decades, the High C ourt his 
reversed itself ami taken away many nghts, or has severely threatened 
ihem The Supreme Court has taken away fawi mim.rily rights m a serie 
i>t nilings dealing with issues froin minority hiring quotas 10 moving tt e 
burden of prtmf on the employee from the company in cases ol 
discnmmation The Coun has also attacked aN^rtion rights They arc due 
10 hear ituwe ccmtrv.versial ca-. '" ihortion. and they are exixvied 

10 make more restrictive nilini. 

In a surpn/e ruling the Court did slick up li»r free speech with Us Hag 
- r. une decisK.n However. Congress betrayed us. ITiey passed an anii 
nng I.1W .Kudos to Dre.id Sent Vv'.er for testing the law on the 

. .ereTs has .ilv .on.e out against freedom of speech by threatening 
.,„a.og lor .;: ans Congress w..n,s .0 play 'Big Brother" and cens.. the 

'^t::Z^2;^^^n ^n.n... these ^-s Ou, c.-no,n> . 
:.0?r Culture IS dctertoraimg under ihe weight of drugs and 
'.. "'morality We are depleting our own natural resources, and 
iiure in the nieannmc 
■„„.,, .a IS no Uwiger the pmcr it oikc was We have ^>;' >'^"\\ 
hick veirs while others pr<igress. Yes. let s play opposites. Let the sc-con.j 
ai::! thmrw^ld onimries surpass us Forget about spending money on 
defense, vse II deslios .nit-eUes tiivl 

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Managing FdiloT 




6 Features 



Harbinger 



November 2. 1989 



Shanta enchants students with her storytelling magic 



ty AlisJi Chinhind 
FcMwH I'ditur 



Once opanaumc. there wManutwian. 
Her M(M «u Shania. Om dqF. ike lold 
HOW chikhcn a 9«or> dirtv ■ •«« <)***^ 
She" J been teUmf Mooes ever iinc« 

Last WedBcsdity. Shama btuuclil ha 
Motyteiling magit lo Haqwr CoBme aa^Ml 
at itie Iiueniatuwal Week cdetmiian. 

"HBionans were the fin* worytcltef*." 
saKlShainaTh<:yp«i»«Jitoncs*miittom 
gcacfiuon uicnenWM. There WW no Rccd 

10 wnw preciae MMOty." 

Shaua blends none* fcoB Af DC an. Car 
ibbcan . and Af rKaa- Anencati cukurn w >ih 
Mogv poetry, charm and mclodiK sounds 
(lom African iniinimcnis 

■Sonic of ihc African •oones were ere 
■led to expUin the »tindcr> of tiawte." said 
Shania. 

Shiima »U *e Mory or "Why UK Sub 

wd Moon are n the Sky." 

"BiDihcr Sun aid SUMi M«wa agreed to 
wekome ahu«lMWt. wife. Itietf retattvesMd 



ammals into their htimc logrcciihcirgucst. 
Brother .Sun and Sister Moon *uxiil iw a 
uMe. then on the niol. and eventually took 
Ibev pkKC Ml the itky w they could greet 
ewrygncM." 

llM* fwy ilhiMnir!i the Mcd id be 
CMCful who you mvite inu) your houic 

"I enjoy telling ■Oone'. ihai are rxh with 
MM«ery and ^wilMi iae«ates,~ wd 
ShMU.'MKh m the nMd tot c«i|«mhm. 
MMknUMlMt Md npm- Som of my Mo- 
rm MC ptt lood CMciuiiMf «iorH» I alM> 
like to tell <Uiincx that relaie lo ipecitK «ci- 
(kni« or pevtpk m histiwy lo puMBJW ptltu 
cultural ondenwidMig.'' 

Shania acciMilMMyrng herwii on a 
gourd like Afncan inslniniem nxounlcdihe 
lak at N/inga. die Great Ouccn. w ho fought 
agamst the Ponugueif and 4avery 

"I dunk when pi-uple hear a -ilory. they 
atmitti what they need to hear at die nwv 
ment/ laid Shanu. The mne* create a 
unique eipenence for e«cry IiMcner The 
word* of the «iory teller create images IB the 
bMeMnanad. Stones ivi ivme *e Mii»- 



naiRwi . have a healing or lihaMfflg cflect. iw 
cauw die perv« to rethink their poutMO and 
idea> on certain diingt " 

Shma recited a ibkinnia talc alwut a 
MM and lour women who each kvxs an 
eyeball m a well Suppoic only hit ol the 
five wiH get die« eyeball hack Who wiU 
give up their eyeball' 

"The bca Mivwer lo die dilemma tale is 
kwed on the (km rcasAing." ■uikI Shanu 
"TheK BC »< fif!hi <» wrong aniwcrs, Every 
time the <aor\ >^ i<<M the audience changc'> 
Ac answer li i\a fclUxtionMf taieiy "* 

One of Shanu s Uviwiie aorytelluig 
CKperienco occurred die first ume she re- 
UU-.1 ihe Morv ot Why Maw|unais Burt m 
Pmiple'ihif*"' 

"The fm time I Kiid (he Mory I forgot M 
in the middle I got eompleicly k«»t The 
chiMrcn who were lislenmg ui it chimed m 
wiUi what wa.\ aip|ioscd to come ne«l S») I 
itated uKorporaung die forgcUulnesi uiio 
my telling of the story to insure dial Uk- 
chiUren wouk) pariKipule and tell the «lory 




PlMMkirllL niMln 

Shania the StoryleHer 

"AH o( ware natural storytellers,"" said 
Shaita. "Weo«tai {iccountiour lamily hLs 
tt»> in story form. The more w« letl slonet. 
the better ihcy become "" 



Class cutting, an ongoing student phenomena 



Stair Writer 



Have you ever been sating m c La»s on an 
absoiuiely gorgeous day such as last week t 
Indian summii" Yoy look out Ihe wwdow 
«id ihtnk 10 yourself . whw m the world am 
I doint tinning to aitolhcr dinlling lectun; 

Writ. pKdMUy hundrcdt of sBidcmx 
m clana ihai day Oa** ctumtg IS 



«)meUung dat haa otcufrtd for generations, 
and u IS likely to conunue 

I've always wondered why students 
ditch I try not to make it a habu. eaccpt f<* 
tie uiiie my car was bombed by a skunk 

AfMt lalkini wuh numenHn chnmic 
ctail cnHCfi, I've found out why dies ditch 
I'm not suggcstmg dtat you cut class It you 
dKide 10 ditch, I hjvc s»mc womlcrtul idtas 
on how lo sprn ' s.i here's wnie 



tiaai advice, or tedvice. rmm yotm iraiy 

Bmof all. May home andslcepl'nplug 
yow atam ckxh. and snooie to die poim 
whcM tancbaity IS checking you tor a heart' 

heM. 

Anmhef idea n to spend Uie day ealing 
<jo » your favorite pancake house. Order a 
four foot Slack and commence to pig out. 
Then sou can go home and sleep u olT. 

(... viMi somebody you've kisi lotxh 



widi They'll be tmpiestcd by the fact Uiat 
you New off class hi visii diem 

The worst thing you couM do is waA: 
yoia diKh di>y At least do somcdiing con- 
structive such a.s die paperwork dial is about 
to overtake ytwr livin(! quarters 

I think this enure siiuaiHm can best he 
swnmcd up by student Joe Dililki. ""I think 
It's bad vibes U I wake up and die attitude 
imVi ihi-n- I niM w,ni I piiioclass." 



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PftTw E 4titor 

Are jPCM functioning up lu yiw lullcfl 
tym potemiaT Art y«, urod «f «au:h.M 
oihmaclHcve »d «b«ce - Tl* Hum« 
«*"«*■« L* m M2ai a» help you 
l«»nioincre«e,u„,o*cr»ildr..H™v«„th 
«M.Miciippm»;h Be»lly.mc«heii,mw, 
md hidy - *„h„ul jtwiing tfie Arniy! 

upoth y««i,(piogive sindentj « opno,. 

lunit, »,« iBvoJved « ihc ipnm mediciw 

t^M. aKJW,nHofrm«B.D«cto,,rfa« 

Human Perfi>rmiinif Ijb 

"Spms in«licinc. Die *av »c diiJt.> n 
rerm to ttaininjt ■auJcni^ u, »«t »nh J,i 
ftmii types of people ,„ ^.j ,^ „;ha^,,y_ 
uon or *ho want to gci nKw pKvjically fii,- 
»jd Hvrtlman Thai anJd include people 
*•* "= o*"*«i«fu. have dMfccicv ham or 
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Smdems 

COHTMl m 

MKh 

phniotoejraBiJf, 
''tuepliyjiotofy. 
They also oke 
5|>orij medicine 
claMcai wkcn ihcy 
Icin ko«r u do 

(w a pemai. evalu- 

Me Ikcir physical 
(>•«» and health 

*«u». »riic f,er -i».r 

cw prescrqxiom (or dMcfCM lypn of 
ivoj<k'. and mn tt<.Ti.,,f J,f,vi--. 

Ill addiiKia. they find am afcuM tile 

hasic* of nuiruHm and ,he psychotofy of 

..ihlcik. and sports uaiaing, -Ilia »«> com- 

^l^ehcwive cducaliOMl prorfam." a,d 

Hotfrnan. 

The tulminjiiBg openewe for the 
>«u<ltm» » an inkHMb^al. local iHap^ „ 

,'.!2?*^ '^'**' •*'' »• ATAT." said 
Hotnnan. 

Thi- siudcms ipcnd over 1<« houri 



wort »i(f »« a team memhcr paiticipaiing day 
in and day out in all the acttviucj oflliai psr- 
ututar unit." vaid Hoffman 

•To enhance ihc traininf. clinical pf|^ 
paras were ttancd *here uudinb touM 
panic H>Me as norkers (f.UinK r.|«Ti«-nce »o 
thai all of tfieij irainmg *oulJn i vimply hc 
m Ihc claxwcxmi; smJ Hirftman ' li *,„|.l 

he m Ihe lahomoty •ortmg »,ih phvM. .Jn^ 
*»<liHirjciinaKaHi«K;«.„„,j. aIm.Ou^ 

P««««n» *o»U he of hcnefii » Ae coramu- 
nrty" 

The fiiNi pn^am A-wk^d »a^ r^ 
*«.Rchahiliuii<mn«.walliliatol»ith\,„i, 
*■'" ("nmunrty Hispiial m Arlm^'um 
H.^•h^^ Ilk- pronfamB broken up ini«ihf« 
(**ci Phase I » edmaiioo a) the hiv^Htil 
uicliKhni! "XonnalioBoiihewauaiiivmtfd, 
cauw. BwntHM. oihcr job, and eMWHe 
twory. 

They come to lUiper Coilege Uh Pkne 
M wbfch inclndn 



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■MM. WCM nuin- 
ismm. smok- 
ii« ce«Mlinn and 
Phywian super 
viMd ctcrcisc 
therapy. 

■* T h e » c 
pnVkMt iommg 
h) Ui four ur five 
week* aTier hav- 
"gahaninack.' 
Mid Hoffman 
■Wcve had a 
coopte of hean uamplam prnxm m 

iicnu i,vjr hvjn iiH«iii.n> ,n if^,, j ^ 
ptiysctaw can munitur every hcanheai. 
tliew aee (our ID five pwpk' m a cliis on 
wHt-ctMroUed e«eRise ca|uipmem bkc 
BcadwiUi ami nm^rs." 

AlteahoMt three mowb,,p«nent. move 
on It. Phaw HI ai fte fiddhoBse *h«t tfu-v 
pantipaK BnwHnmini!. mnnint: 
CIA- m a imire rcah^iK tport^ «eiii , 
wt stiH moRiunid and auend c«a»as, 

HofDMB feeb tfi» ■« a nrwarding pm- 



P«rt«ap«» w »!• Phaia ii program ar* morn. 
•"•* «** a phywoan o6»«vw 



isram where pa 
ucnit go fnm the 
Itnpiialhedioheaa 
moniiori lo «-uvi- 
Ues like runninti. 

' Vixi lecl dial 
>i)U ve really 
•nltKtl people b) 
(!ivin)!ihc»nrduia- 
uon relative 10 hcan 
*«*« and man- 
•gononl of ihcir 

-llu.lli.Ul »j,d 

ilolHnjn 'Vou vf 
Mfk-d them »lii, 
Ihc* tivc>i hi wlKi^ 
Ihey lan actively 
l>tnKipaicin<ipiirt\ 
■MtgMtlKkioiiK.r 

"Many rtihepatioM* are IB beticr share 
«*cn Ihe, fmiJ, ,he pnygrm, than hel.« 
<hc> had Ihc hean attack, sud Hollnun 
TV> vedn>ppcdal..i.rf »e.sh,.c.«u,>lkM 
Uieirbl..,dp,Cv»urc. an.) lowered dicircho- 
IcstenJ rV) make ad/ustmcntx in ihcir 
*ortmg hv« Thev a-ali/e (he» p,„,u 
mi* h*. n, he ihctf health fiMher than their 

l«* or wtaicvet «» their • I piKiruy m the 

past..." 

TV HuniM Pttfarmjwce Uboffewi 
Pfopsm, wptilce, lire fighter, md employ. 

era who »eik in kmns within our «ca. Thi» 
»• preveaiion program loi high nik people 
whoareMWBdHriab,t»„,haiioii.««!cii 
IN t«cn.i«c and nutniion pii>ram». A c«mi- 
'nodnal ai;»e»sinent n taken for eaili 
4'4'w inJititludl I'l. 
opad boKid on lest rotilix 

TTicNwniionResouru ( .,„,,•> ,.,ri.„.v,i 
m the Human I'crlormarK .■ 1 jh w,. „„,., 
an eight week wcikIii maiu,te.,Km dsK, «i 
cmma^ with Ktt»h Presbytenan Hosp,. 
•^ 18 Chieag,!.- said Hmiman -li s an . • 

llw pwpmc of the iiai* n h) icaiii 
Pexyte ho* w e«. no. u. give dicm , dni " 
MMl Hoffman 




••"to naatwir el Hv«w ■-— 



Other lervKes oflercd include indi- 

viduali/ednumt«,ains4ihauon*.andclasses 
'M "nsnian Shopping ,Brip^.„^,^ 

IK« and cu-niK for pregnant moihcrsA 

new program, m coopeiat.* with Humana 

HoH»ial m Hoffman Eaate*. is diabetK 

rchabilrtaiKjn Free seminars are .Hicred lo 



"These people are com- 
ing to us four or five 
weeks after having a heart 
attack". 



n*« The program jl>„ ,nj„.t,, r.-ro,.. 
lUripv l<«|ijiKiii 
ihi'ir phyvKians 

The lab ollcr\ a phy^K;*! rccimdmoning 

program lo anyone ai thi- coll( gc <» ,n ihc 

"»™w««y who wants u, ^et iriui shape 

PWiple are ataesKd and ihh into bcnclicul 

' ^' pnigrams sut h a» running or watt- 

inii. ipani. wivkoui three dayv a wtvk. 

C all Ihc Human IVrKTOian^e l-ab at 

^"7 «»«). e^lcnsHxi :.)W, |„r in(.>,mai«K. 

• «i3n> a Ihc prx>|ir,ii, 



•'TWAS A MONTH 

BEFORE CHRISTMAS 



■Twds.A Mtmth H,-h.rvv hr • • ., v, 

ch^K.t^rh.vv.iu A.M..Hn .,. ...uirxS^r loS t!;::'^ 

And T4k,. Shorthand. Rttn A fX lis Tru- Ht., r VV,„,, .^ T u J . 

Could Be Thev Pound The Right !..!> 
I Work When I U jnt To 1 I Inv ; 
Of Cash, .\ffrrv (■hristni,is To \1,' 



:::: CHRISTMAS :: 
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Sr1 CASHIEK I 

M^f^' SULESFLOOII 11 

iMiiki^wiZ] jUSOCMTES j: 

iEARiyMOKSTOCKEItsll 

1 FOOD SERVICE ASSOCIiirES II 

••■• •• 

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:::: HMEMrfMnora discount :: 
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"I think us important 
for sliulcm* to be mvi»lvc<l, 
said Mary Hmik "I wMni 
the first «emetl«;r 1 wa« hero 
1 wwicil Uj sec him I cmilJ 
handW iollcgc iumculurn 
litst When 1 saw my graifc- 
*crc okjy. then I braiKh. i 
out into othCT aeuvitic*. ■ 

Hook > grade* arc imm 
than okay She mainiains .i 
^ >>I CiPA while t»r>ing 1 ' 
(.rcJit hours She* a 
member (if the honoi- 
frjicmiis I'hi Theta Kapi ■ ' 
the Program BtiarJ, V \i \ 
and the stuiiem lenaic 

PALS (Peer AJvimu- 
l isienmg U> Studcnlst is jn 
important part <if Hiioi s 
> iillegc atuvitics 

"PAl S IS lor .luik-nW 
vtho wjni to talk about 
ans ihins . she «a>d. 'It deals 
with student wellness II 
ihey had a bad day or diJ 
poorly on a lest, they want 
to talk aNiut whs 

XiHik went through a 
one day training session M 
Parksiiie for PALS which 
involved learning to deal 
Aith drug and alcohol 
.i.Uicti»n Were futpaicd 
10 handle some ol ihoso 
praMenu.' she »i«Kl. "but it a 
siMtm ohm: ii> w and tuMi 
an actual drug and akohnl 
pmMcm, we would pratehly 
r,icr them to wroeonc 
Wcit mn couasckws. »ctc 
lislciwrs. atuve listeners ' 

llixik.^ work on PA: ■ 
also ^aI^lC^ • ^'t I" 
student sen.i!^ 
reprcscniji 
wi>unx;-Iini; .ir > iu itic 

voIUii- 111 ti ■ Counseling 
AiJss iMiMtHi "I was 
appointed by the facullv 
k-aikisi.i PM ^^ -Ih' vihI 

li ■ 
lc;llii ■ - 
I really like *«xt 
librafs," she laid 
llewhie m 
tor actniii 
during ■ 
All* 1-1 

ouliiKk' ol u,miiHi- ih'ii 1 •' . 
thai Ikxibiliiy 



t ihink 11 s impr>rwm 
lot employers to umlersuiut 
that sthix-il comes lir>t Ii ^ 
Nren really beneluial i ' 
work on campus and thai 
tikes akit o( the prc«Hire oil 
otmc" 

HiHik. wh»>« major is 
l:ngll^h jcsondats 

edusalion. and minor i^ 
coromiinKations. plans to 
uanslcr to S\V as a lumot 
iiesi lall She plans to be a 
hii:h siluml english washer 
I nlike aloiol people, 
she said. I really enio> 
cngtmh 1 undefstanJ ii 
even Shakesjieare 1 ha. I .i 
leather m (iish ssl»«'l *bo 
lia.1 a really bit: ii>ii\ki iti 
me, »Ihi is mv i.>le luoslsl 

Hook leeK the pressure 
of her heavy sshcdule. 
himever I haMcally bve al 
. i.w.; vh.- ^u.l I VI' tx.'ii 



■ around live aiul i iii 
really beat And lhi>n I 

( HvS* ^ \!-cnAs 

aiwiti) Har(Kr and she nmrt- 

them here She imeis 

, : : ' :r- rviottier suu- 

hu'aks tn 

,. V .ill I ,1.. 



It all 



Ni«iMi*i 




Drivers wanted to deliver 



(It, lit \K,i 

LVilstTk'.' ^' 

Pf. 



■ iiiMiri 

I in 

roller 



meets wan also 
on an 'cm sail" hisis 

• .„,..,„. „ call 

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Playboy offers contest 



Do you know what 

S. tudent 



C. 
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omments 
deas 
ucstions 



These letters stand 
lor? There lor you! 
These boxes are 
for your ideas. 
From these boxes 
your comments go 
directly to your 
trustee. 
That means action 
on the things 
you want done! 



THE PART TIME JOB ^^ 
THAT HEU>$ YOU W OFF 
YOUR COLLEGE LOAN. 

Ti- 

Ifvi^lhrh- 

lert iipauiiitlMilKMi 
up to a mammum of * 
MonttomCTYC " 

isJleat cspensr- 
k'>alt{ur^ 
Rafc'fcuninf mdanArra iiLi;Ur4iMig»sh»--'i-v.' <■ >" 

w«di«l»liB»o«h|*i»twD»««k»Annu«ni«ri>n» ■ ■■••^^' 

JdO per wwkcnd wt»rt 

Think >ifi! (""«s«iiMr- ;.".'r..v twif in p«K>«otlwxii !,.».«(«■ 
WsMi. jiu* ildiiioiijl m.'ir> % ■' '■ h. •« -'•-■■if «« mend b nakw 
mikint « phon* call »' 

SCT SMITH ioy-nso 

MAUVOMCAMH 

ARMY RESERVE 



YOUR BACHELORS DEGREE IS LESS THAN AN HOU R AWAY 

ittttiititittttittttttlitttmtiat ttihitiWttim ti 



t Im^iiii- 



,\re sou ^luds iii; lor a liK-iai 
Mallm.kriHh Colle^ic ol the \ 

M( A*, has J i.'ur- year dcgm ■ 
II vou ■saiii to tiaiuitci macoi 



VKidemAeaeher imio of V I 

.1. 1.1 lllC-«tCOIII|IBICTCC«» 

K cd buxneu A ieiai iMofcisMiaait 

on Llle lasuhy. 

Sihularship<i fur new A rclunung studcnin 
' l)ay/e«cmi« ckBWCs: fullianc/ pan time 



l^ .1 U V ikefee iiir.fueial Sunhes. 



.•nis a 4" minute cooimuie fmm Haipcr. 
1 point to men yiiut needs, cheek out MCNS: 



4\t UlJNCkRDDT C Oii£GE 

# ""^"iw »m viWtM Mitmi ^^^— »— • 

OPEN HOUSE 

Nov. 8. 1989 4 pm - 8 pm 

<312) 2S6-1094 



Al liKNS m» hum • tMBrxMc ■ n-jroa tn tn» WW ol »«j' (*«>c« Anavmtau »i«n • houi «w«» 

Utaainckroat YouH Hk* ttm dUtennct. 



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NovemOer 2. 1989 



Harbinger 



What's Happening 9 



Friday 



Student S«naM 
MMtmg, A24ia . 
1:30 pm 



Salufdw 



Fooiball-Regional IV 
Playoffs 



Monday" 



89-90 aid still available 



N«tt* and Jatsa Gorov 
Scholarship 



An EihibN-Fre«. 
One Woman Show, 
Marlene Hunt-Brash, 
Nov 6-30. BBldgs. 



Wednesday 



1 



"Brown Bag"- Manag- 
ing Stress and Burn- 
out. Noorvlpm. a241 
Bake Sate, sponsored 
Dy BASIC, BIdg A 
lobby. 10 am-2 pm 



I I ^ ^ it ■ * * < * * 



Thursday 



f5 



"^ 



N 0% •• m ' 



Women of Rotary 



Foundation, Inc. 

TlH- • 



lin.iiki,il ,1^- 



\i,» aV»1 ,h th 



i wi "■■'"•■ 

*ill 1 i-jnfl 

1 iminiuntu CdBe^ Tnn«e». 

Illinois Stale Board of 
Education Tcactier 
Shortage Scholarships 

.■VlTpliijlinin", J'C ' 
Itic (iHut III if 



»<ll hi* (;t.tmeJ m IKiemK' 



Financial Aid Offered 



iiJi nl 



Elks National 

Foundation 

Ih, 



Tour-Theatre BIdg. 
Dhicago-"Nol»es off', 
(IS SO. 6 pm 
'Brown Bag"-Manag- 
ng Stress and Burn- 
Xit, 12;15-1:15pm, 
11241 



DAWN needs PALS 



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liMcn ami iclalc inliwnuiHin. can 
ri-trtgnm- conx-m^ and rejtJ 

;. nu.ilin 

I..K . Ml; ,,ia, Pc»^mjl 

I tci>hip iibiliijcs and 

•ninii.iii. .iliim vkill^ 
> ing 

^Ut' i\ Hi g\hHl 
i»illin(! li> 



.mil pick up an 



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Study tour offered 



■ ,,l the I'Mir 



Ihc t>"' 



u>ill '■■ 



iva. where 

npk. a 111 
Miii],lhivi an 

The liiur v»ill end in 

Ujn):ii4 >kuh a ctuiw t>n ihe 

(tvjti Ptirava River on luturious 

:„vuis. I^,"!"'- ■" '"•<' l>) Ihc King '"I 

inejls S..: Tiunic i» Thai 

. ,. ,,^.1 .l.i- Nuinj! will he 

An 

An inlornuiHinjI uiur 

iiieruni; will be held (riday. 

I iniiary I>». I<»»K) in Building A. 

:. inl>trnuli»n and a lour 

ijll Martha SimcMiK'n 

, li -,11 .11 - < -in" I. olcnMon 72M 




NOW HIRING 

The Harbinger 
needs you for our 
Sports Department 
Many positions are 
still available. 

CALL NOW! 

397-3000 Ext. 2461 

An equal opportunity employer 



Tomotional Sales People 



, .^\,y'"m.T'1 ' 



10 Classified 



Harbtngef 



November 2, 1989 



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CLASSIFIED AD RATES & INFO. 

Student personals up to f»v© 
lines are tree Student non- 
corrwnerctoi ctass'tieds ate SI 00 
tor tour i(f>e$. oom^orxn Hnes 25 
Commercial ciossinedi ore S4 50 
for tfie first tou lines Ofpontorvd 56 
•act> oddBtonoi 

Deadline tor chjsiwtteds ond 
personals u r^oon Thufsdov Aii 
ods must De prepoid. either r . 
check. Viso Of Mostercofd 

Ttie Harbinger w»H not be 
responsible tor typoordphico' 
errors mode on Ods token ov«w th« 
phone 

For rates ond tntormotion 
contoct Marc Boifce at the 
Ho'Dingef Office 3<J7 3000 
eirtension 24«0 

Help Wanted. 



EARN$$$ 

Help people m your spare time i ttav« 
tun Can Susan Labad) 9 359 467i 
lor an appomtmerH 



MAKE REAl $$$ WHIlfc ATTINDING 

COLLEGE 

"The outer limits oi weaitti lor 

entrepreneurs $7 95 send ct>eck or 

money order Action Nel PO Box 

1793 Pauttne. m 60078 



Help Wanted. Services 



EAHN MONEY TYING AT HOME' 
S32 OOO'yr income polential Details 
(1) 602 838 8885 Eil T 7758 



HIRING* Qovemmen Jotm your ar«a 
$17,840 S69.485 Call t 602-838 
8885 E«l R 7758 



SMING BSEAK 1990 

inoividuoi or student otQ 
onaotion needed to promote our 
Spring Break trips Eorn monev 
free trips ond voiuobie wo-- 
expertence apply now c . 
'nter-Comous Ptogroms l 80&3: 



X MAS HLLP WANTtD 

Fan Fair Woodiieid Mail Oa, 
evenings & weekends tuiipart time 
Stan ASAP Call M*e before 5pm 

619 74?0 



ATTENTION EASY WORK 
EXCELLENT PAY' Assemble 
products at tjome Detaiis> ti) 602 
838 8885 Eirt W 7758 

WORK WITH CHILDREN 

Children s World learning Centers 
invites the Harper College Community 
to discover ihe tmesl chtidfiood 
education employment opporiunitHjs 
at our neighbomood centers 

We are looking tor the very best 
Teachers. Assistant Teachers Coo^^ 
and Van Drivers in Ihe suburt>.i 
Chicago area 

We offer an enceileni working 
environment tieiible hours 
competitive salaries full benefits 
irKhidirtg tuition reimbursement 'o 
100% and th« rewards of daily positive 
interaction with children tinlant 
through 12 years) 

Can the center nearest you today and 
discover the 'ChtWrens World" of 
ditteretKe' 



Help wofwo 

Cashiers. Jewelry soles, stock 
and warehouse Goit * 
Meochom. Schaumburg WBEIL 

aco 

ATTENTION EARN MONEY 
READING BOOKSi $32 OOO'year 
moome potential OetaHs (1)602 838 
8885 E«t BK 7758 



love kkl* 7 Love toys ? Have 
fur> at yowr work' Be your own Ixiss 
set your Own riours Eomings 
bosed on performonce Being o 
Discovery Toys fJepresontofive 
CaiRobin«3ei-«130 



Vernon Hrfts 


680 9090 


Palaime 


3592229 


Arlir«gion Heights 


394 5866 


Hoftrttan Estates 


490 0310 


Schaumburg 


894 1950 


Elk Grove ViUage 


351 0202 



Equal Opponunily Emptoyer ml 

Services 



TVMNO snvicfs 

Typing dorie out of my home 
Fast. OCCurote typing Term 
papers reports etc Pick-up ortd 
deNvery avotkXHe CaiiLaVonn«« 
519-9641 or leave a messoge 



AA MtniNGS 

Ottered f^ie at Harper 8 pm 

every Fridov Co« for mtormo'ion 



ALANON MEETINGS 

••D O'^'O suC'port to' • , 
■ '-■.aBDSJi.ot siiDstonce at.«.i.'*ii 
• ngs ot Horper Mondays 8 
->y information can 307-3000. X 



TYPING SERVICE 

fostoccurc-' 

■•" Pt30et, El', 



fast occurole professional 

word ptoceisinq fyoing '. -t, 

rar- :■"■('; 

'■'lO't' ., , - - , -^a 

formats (?at€>s from if 

Ptck-up and deiivc, . j; e 
Cat! Donrwa O 882- 1 353 or leave 
messoge 

LONEIV. NEED A OATi 7 Meet 

•r^.-i" 'OP^iQi someone todoy* Can 
405- 366-633') 

LEGAL SERVICES 
FREE CONSULTATION 

for oil youi legal needs 
r.ciudmg. DUI personal miury. 
d'vofce. and reoi estote Phone 
5' 7 2608 Evenir^g ond weekend 
apDOintments ovoitobte Law 
O" ces of Becker & Becker. 2300 
BOrrington Rd . Suit© «0 Hoftmon 
•"states 

TYPING 

tarty retired teocher will type 
reports, light editing included 
: RecKonobie totet. Can S4 1 -2 < ;'^> 



Situations 



STUDENT TYPINC SERVICES 

Fast turn a round Term papers 
reports resumes Editing available 
I ake lunck location. caH 540 04 19 



30% diKOuM on oH tobot for 
focuity orxJ Students Pieose stKJw 
your ID cord tor speciol discount 
Sandine Automotive. Mobile 
stotion. east of Holiday inn. 3321 
AtgoAQuin Rd 3^-0810. Enc and 
Oick Sandine 




ADOPTION 

In this difficult time tor yc 
please consider plocing yoi 
Dobv in our fKxne tilled with Ic 
wrurity and toughter We ore 

rie eager to provide yot 

. ' with unlimited love throt, 
acisQhon Pieose coii attorney Er 
Schmob 8 P34-0802 

LOST RING 

Blue saphire and diamond nng Grea 
sentimental value If returned 
.VARD $200 Call Monica 438] 
. or Marsha® 215 81 16 

APARTMENT TO SHARE 

I ooking (or anyone lo lind an ap«| 
!;) share within Harpers distnci 
irrtcrested call 480 0450 and ask »3 
Mike 



For Sale 



6Mt Scttwinn lO-speed greenl 

good condition $55 Boys bike 20| 
w/bonarxj seot. good conditit 
>40 Col 439- 738 7 offer 6 pm 

1984 Lincoln Towncor 

Cream color, full power,! 
perfect corvdltion Garage kept C 
62K miles S6A0O Con 439-7387 after 61 
pm 



GOVERNMENT HOMES fror^ 

(U-repo r) Delinquent tax prop. 
Reposseisions Call 1 805- 66;- 
Ext GH- 10&3. for cunent repo list 



. 87 Bhack. v^ 

automatic AM/FM cosette w/ iS^ 
fully looded, must sen S9500 — ' 
best offer Ccil4S3-«536 



GOVERNMENT SEIZED Vehicles | 
from SlOO Fords Mercedes 
Coni^ttej Ctwvys. Surplus Buyers] 
Gi*de. l-«O5^se7-6O0O.E)(t S-1053 



SPRING BREAK 

"Oeluie "student only" 5 ni 
cruise from Tampa to Caribbean] 
(inckjdes all meals) irom $449** 

*Cancun w/air 7 nts $299 $549* 

South Padre Island Condos 7 | 
nighls Irom $139*" 

Book now space very limited 1 
800-258 9191 




Holiday Full/Part-time 

• Cornrnission departments 

stiH available 

• Men- men's fashions 

• Crui 

• Cat;: ^ • 'vdit 

• daintenance 428-5600 



J 1 1 'J -3 y 
iiri - 5 pri" 



November 2. 1989 



Harbtnger 



Classified 11 



1^ ^ersonaCs... 



Rubes' 



Tom, 

ParaM paiti lately^ 
M« 

Tan, 

When are we going to smg 
Kuntaya' 

MIka, 

Happy Birthday Congrats on 
the big 18 Watch the SR, and 
happy anmvwMny 
Dean 

Morgan, 

Its been a wonderful four 
months with you and your 
dimples He says HI! I love you 
Michael 

AM. 

Have sate sex 

GlovesRUs 

Rutty, 

Could you repeat paragraph 3. 
pg 119 of Bundt one more 
time 
FimGil 

Sua, 

Had a great waak end Loofcmg 
lonward to an eiceReni vacation 
Aloha Oarbng, 
Dan 

Bingaritaa, 

When « the horse trip' 

Mr. Walt. 

WWyouiusigiveupandaaiiltM 
gHtouf 

LsaAust 

Where's the door? 
Oh, no, tts Brad. 



Sina of thy laNwr 
DPM 



Hola, Brad) 

Donde esias' Tenemos la papei 

paramuchaa se<n«>as 

Las Senorrtas de Bmger 

Lisa P, 

Why do you feel uncomfortalMe 
with a May December 
relalKinshfi? 
Don 

Get «' May is youth and spring, 
whtie Dacember is age and 
wirtter 

Marc, 

Hows It going with the God 
thing? 

Loa 

Oonite, 

Justwamodtotay, tit.' mdieli 

you thai "ffWH iltlir fiitt -v 

beautitui 

Don 

Erik, 

Doni leave Domino's' It has 

advancamem poienttai 

Ut(ME&Wai) 

Aa opposad to the Hart>ingar 
The pay IS busy 

Don, 

Doni resign from the sanaie 
You're so colortui And besides, 
you're the only one wortii 
watching ai the maelinga 
Iha 64 ttudanis who voted lor 
you 



For every one who helped with 
Fhghl Nighl '89 
Thar* you"' 
OJ 

Watch out tor PB females with 
mala hormones 

Tony, 

I thmk you're the greatest"' How 

'bout we go ouf' 

The girt who talks about you 

Scott. 

I thmk I may have made a mistake 
by ending things before we 
talked about it Do you think we 
could give it another try"* 
MZ 

MP13 

So what are you domg lonlgtit'' 
Dan 

Farmer Ed 

f^ow are the animals treating 

you' BAAA" 

OJ 

Et Tu Brute? 

Thank you. Thank you. 

Every one, thank you lor 
helpiixj us during our time of 
sports need 
The Bnger Babes 

Tony Wall. 

Thank you sooo sooo much for 
the copy umortunateiy. i dont 
own a camera, so pictures are 
out d 0w quaation 

Daan. 

They're probably ttW singing 

Kumbaya 

Sober loo oany 

Don B. 

Bkie'smybeaicotor 
Tan 




Unfortunately, all good things come to an and 



Rubes' 



By Leigh Rubin 



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1-CI tJv parlv hf>:in 

The Region IV |.,.„f,_,|, 

"« Harper Hjuli, (7 :,»,i| 
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Collcsc .„ D„|..,c ,7.:, :, 
Scmi Firul aciuw Both gan,.-, 

».th Ihc winnerN iticcimg (,« ,t, 
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■""■••"nK U\i ihc ,. .. . 
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Ellefson, team to 



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h;m,p,<xivh.p and Waldorf *,x.ld 

rrm-scm the ICriT (>n Ihe I8lh 

However, a Paniher Unv 

■ idjcnd ihfm rifihi hatk lo 

^1 Dome for the Uiird Mraii-he 

f><>^»ihle collitK,n »,ih ihr 

la»k«, which Ihe each ivnr 

l«nkin(!rnr«'vdti> 

I hope ihi-> *„, (iia-Mk 
■-«Kl » ilh J ilegnx (j( amtcm 

The Ha»ks »cre dominaied 
hy 1 ll**mh in c*h of ihcir loM 
i^«..-mcct,ngM4|.<),„ iQxTaixl 
-'' I'liM y^art 

The Region IV runner up 
*'" ■""> Ihc Minncsou 
f'pfcvcnu,,^^. oiher Mcsahi or 
Vornundjlc m .he M,d»e.. 
Bo»l a rr.um („l|..^c ,„ r„„ 
l.rov«r on Novcnihci IK 



»"P««e ,o Il|,„„., Valley wte 
would ,^, the Midwe^i'-B^t? 
*'<« Th,s would he a re,uh o 

Sa;'<,r*"';'"^--^'"rintj:' 

PWJofls. and would leave ih, 

Mme^ as Elu«k points iHii 
lea^^h'^""""" "" •""Id 

'T'...H.)w«„dle^r„gtf: 
post «c«on howl anrt 

ion A«,„ „ ,^, 5 
'•Jfotmauon Anisian, for 
llarprr; ny,„„, Edu<:a,L 



advance with successive wiino 

g've their best effort at rSK'"^ 

(fame of the match »:■< ^.-, k. 






..r.meof^O^_ match wa,,w,«h, 
Hjwk, 157 giving il».„ a ^^ 

' Harper. bmOmg tke Lidy 

" '" i»o games tu he«t of 



<>. Sj.urdav a more icIlmR game »a, .„. 



played 

In a tvMol five match the 1 u 

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Wauh-n. 'TnTf':::: 'T" '"='"• •'" «!"""""' ■< they 

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"" ^^ defeated the I^ly Ha«ts „_ 

• ■•■"ums this season 

.-.lure the regionals. Sharon Ahera 

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'--.''.cregK«,flarper.,.„,AnC 

TV All Suu game will take place in 
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Harper Basketball Schedule 

November 14 u<.„.^...^ 



November 14 

November is 
November 2i 
Novetrttjer 22 
November 24 

November 25 

November 28 
November 30 
December 2 



December 4 
December 7 
December 9 

■December 12 
December 19 




Men vt Morton 
Menvs Waubonsee 
Women vs Hij^iand 
Men vs Waukesha Tech 

^!ZlTvlI^^J"'^'^ Tournament 
wn s Harper Thanksg«,ing Ciassc 

Wto^ s Teschne, Tutkey Tourname-^ 
Menvs Wngn 

"enandWiomenvs M«*<en»y 

Menvs Elgm 
Women vs Elgin 

Menvs Elmhunt 

**en«i SI Francis 

Men vs Lake County 
Women vs Sauh Vaitey 

WwiandWom^snvs T<uman 

JWomen vs Oakion 
Menvs Oahion 

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William R»in«y Harper Collaga 



VOL 24. NO 13 



Blood drive meets 

'^"" 2 1 Only 1 .2% of Harper's eligible 

Entertainment.... 3-4 I _ 

■ ll.« jHlir Camma 

Editorial 5 ■ si«frwriiw 

Features $.7 H ^*»< Mimr 

Happenina.... 8-9 I ,. /^;'''™^*""»'"^'nwumcd<«,ii(«ui,Kicat,and 

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Entertainment 



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bowling" 

RC Cola Bowl or Midwesi Bowl k 
ndes on Saiuiday's game 

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A doKir musi tw wcr 1 10 ihs 
ailoiki crdteaiev aid ikK h., 
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Senate begins business 

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f ">la) * SuafcW Souii- mi. 

The £««iri>nn>entdl 
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..•lucining ihc smokini.- .! 

SiuJiW St-njuir K,ifcn Wc^i.-., 

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iHfiuljtioti 1^ in fji,» ,,| .1 M,, , 
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Assault 
occurrs in 
Harper lot 



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j An astauh and n)H)ery cvcurred oa 

Harper's campus lost Sundjiy night 
I PuMk SaiMjr called Palatine PMke 
I iM SMidqr aiglK when a man ws «- 
imilled and niUed i<r $2(r7 

The allciMxl mt<hery nxik place « I 
am HI one of the dark pviiog loit mt- 
I rowidmg fte tampoj. 

Htfiuig lot tighi.1 are usually aol on 
durim! die wcekenl. and ore umtcd oiTa 
midnipht (iunn(> wceluliiys. 

TV victim was walking to kM cw 
-:tai he »a» ajjproaihed by lota mca. 
TVy threatened iti harm him if hedida't 
give itietii all hi» money. 

He refiHiedand was tic;ttea. 
The assailants struck him wiih4 miM- 
aturcbaietiBUhmv HcsuqaincdonlyBd- 
mw inmrirs. 

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November 9. 1989 



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Ent»rtalnmtnt 3 



'Shocker' same horror we've seen 



%j JM Siacklcr 
SUIT Writer 

We have xtn this film hefore. many 
umcs. actually Wo Craven rcireatcs tmc 
of his own film* »iih In.v.t.i;, 

Shoclicr 

A muklle »i/cd town IS vK 1 

u ruthiew and sailisl*. tifl« 'W""'*^*-'-' 
Pinker He cnjins muidctinj wisiBliwunS 
families *ith' his Ramho (..vhionol 
hunting knife As Iw k.lS, a v-lki;^ 
''all pUycr dreams of Pinker killing 



hit own family W.ih the aid of Hh 
roliceman father, he captures Pinker and 
ttturcs his fate by death oi clcctrocutK* 
Howes cr, f^nkcr prepares himsell by an 
an of viwdoo U' survive the ckcinJOHwn 
lUicacc IS really mitdni-*! 

Although the film seems directly 
nspired by A Ni«lilinarr .m Urn 
Sttftt iMid Tfct Hl*»»». It ' 
prcdnUbtc True, tl «cm« thai 
lr.'J,lic Isrvicgcf coukl be great r-u" "" ■ 
,.v.i iJik.ng turns i»isiini: knives jnJ 
v.tun..np !«» liners for thriUs. but it b 



MX u» easy for ihe vKtans of *e "«>*•« 
M deal with Horace 

Whenever the film ves to deliver 
««umental feelings between <i>'^^^^if 
friends battling Horace, il becomes 
laughable enough for u-sW roolfor ine 
s illain 

There arc also lapses of common 
v.-nse thai benefit the aim. .-f both the 
u>*n and Horace, ami 
V\cs Crave* uiilelivei 
lilm 

Mitch reUW a- 



efTective as one of the meanesl and nio« 
mindless no-nonsense killer to hit the 
icreen A haJd head with bum maris and a 
dragging left leg help Horace lo suy maiJ 
UKl slash his prey to such heavy metal 
groups as Megadeath, Allee Cooper, 
and The Dud« of Wrath 

Hopelullv this will not be the «an 
of another sinng of horror scqueb. Sejpicls 
arc never as good as the atigimts. so if a 
»e4,uel to a wt»thlcisi film is made, what 
wouki K- left ' Another w«)rthles» film. 



Sensual World' dissappolnting 



By Steve Hin 
Stair Writer 

Kate Bushs si»th album. 
The Senswil World, manage* 

to reaffirm her superiority over 
IDOSI female misu in the imnic 

wotld. 

Us a disappomtroeiil after 
the bnlliam I<>«^ LP. Moii»4» 
of Love, but IS probably good 
enough to make some top ten 



lists of some mu«K cntics at the 
end of llic year 

Bush IS one of the most 
accomplished musicians aRMMMi 
today She is a pcrfecuomst when 
II comes to her music vocals 
instnjmenuiion. produttioo. and 
lyncal corilcnt I'nforiunaicly. it 
her latest offering is any 
indKauon. her powers seem to be 
waning slightly. 



Bittii enli«cd die uients of 
the Trio BuHiarka. a Bulgarian 
vocal group tno. u> sing on the 
album, as well as her usual 
coovlemcnt ot siudm musKuns 
Del Palmer, Stuart, and even 
Dave Gilmoui tPi«h Floyd 1 

The title track is somewhat 
reminiscent of /i« of f-V' <"«" 
the Hoaads of Love I p *nh 
,ts hou/ouki, fiddle, and I'lHean 



pipes. , 

The disappointment oi 
Sensual World lies in the fact 
ihai there arc few standout 
uacks on the album, unlike her 
iHhcr releases There arc jast too 
many songs that btoid into one 
another without really 
establishing a strong personality 
of their own. which is unusual 
for Kate Bush There arent any 
tijKks that jump out and grab the 



Itstencr. 

II all adds up ID a good, but 
disappoinung relea.se from Kate 
Bush, following a few other 1089 
disappomunents. Bush is sull on 
EMI in Ihe UK. but the switch 
from EMI to Columbia in Ihis 
country caused her to leave 
behind a label that was a little 
better suited to her style. She 
needs to go back, u> more ways 
that one. 




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November 9, 1 989 



Cabaret prepares for Harper Stage 



H> Mwkari WatUnHct 
f.mt*TtMmmnt Editar 



SO jwn ago Ac N«r» nurcked mo 
n>kMt Tte iHMkii ttc umcK ciwikc m 
the Harpef aage itf CaNm. a ptay *« «. 
tlui era. 

"ir* goud k> A. a pli> iiui rcmcmhm 
Ihii. Hut ^■a|1llfft•^ thi K. I,n(.„ mJ rniHw^ 
<rf ihMc pnifi* to Willis di 

iwiworcahar 



"W^ve worked long and herd 
•rtd I think the show is going to 
t» successful. 

-Sean McClanahan 

Aiiibuaa« fnr Crinrci hrcMi m Sepitm 
ttt. alkf v/ttKk a caM tif n «ai;«|HK'Jlly «• 





JiXtl Klmgor (1*). Rob WOiami (cwmw) «, 
H*»p«f CoKtg*** preducf on o» CafeMwl 

hxicd Simc then ilic cast liai been woriLing 
diiifenilv lu gel the prutSuctNW nrady 

"Wc feel itui were read) We've 
woikcd lo«(Md hmi mi I think tht shi)tk 
It foiat 10 be mil «>iii\rvsful siwl Scun 
McCbfuhan. »h> piinrj>% Maa Md Uk 
Ciblitins oOitials uttuct 



Kwry GlomMi (ngM( act Out « scan* from 



m^kCN iho m4i tlf ih.' Kf ivl^d^ . r^« 



• l-vcr the Iruii.- jajj indq^mjcm Stue- 
cni<i viudcni. Amhcr KmHierg "lis jibi as 
>"Vtnm hacksiaie at « u in fiwH As 
muih *xrt (DCS on Iwrk dnt. espKially 

*i* ihe amount of room we have ID wMk 
»ich " 

( 'aharci ii|xn\ this wccicnd on the 10. 

1 1 I : aiK) cunimiK-s Uk- ItWkiwing weekend 

■« l»K- 1 7. IK. IQ Oi. Fnday ..rf s«l«di,v 

Uxr ■*.» Marts ji X pm afKl on Sundiy ii 

■^iris ai ; i<)pn,. TKkcii » i/l he aviilaMeal 
the Harju-r hoj offitc 

TV lasi m CabarH scans conridcm 
the hftiksufte crew «ems oof idem, the di - 
■ i.f . -vcnsionhdeni rabarci»illbc 
I -'■»lUrij»dsthji»h(nm). Kme 
*img , ,.uplcd »nhpcnceU> Uincdaaging 
will ensure j g,x)d time Harper wclcontcs 
Cabarrf 



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"ITS iust as Important backstage as it is in front. As much 
work goes on back there, especially with the amount of room 
we have to work with." 

.^ Amber Kinaberg 



AdanealioniCatarat 



Because we re nm in a real thejirr. 
ihings ihiH »rouU seem minRaiiy niutinc 
•■c a ihouMDd lames harder." layi W illi, 
IK- Harper M|gs mm or^malfy huil'. j^ j 
tcjBoc hall and MM a iheaier jtoge W-,.- 



VK- su^e area li* CatvcthwlMeiibaili 
f>^ MikiHrimnan<lhi\erc»tifiiKle|ieBdmt 

>ii ill Sli^h rill siudenis and voiuMecrv 

f i r 11... I.!.-. ,!c* J )• >U>I hjfj Ik i>rk »asiii 

'■■''1,: *.n hill! 




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Hartxnger 



Editorial 5 



1 
4 



Letters to the editor 



Computer problem is distrubutionj 



kih sdc. who ticlicvcs ihal Ul M is 
under ctiuippcd (or Ike vo himc of 
audcntv they serve. 

D131 i« the imly tompulCT lah 
(ififn l<> an suulcni!. al Harper rHhcr 
i 3m|iu« vc nrsirKtcd m certain 
I studcnis. such av hutmevi 
iiiiiviiLv, office rc entry prdgnm 
^lul^cnti. etc 

Bone under equilipeil I'k not i> (V* 
ihc main pfi*tem The mam p«*Jcm i\ 
ihc dtWibiiiKin of ihe ci|uip«neM. 



tUiper tia.x ut>'KMitNr o(|tiipnieM >■> 
«>me labs, hul « u ne* «*wl»We <" 

e%erv(»ne 

I btUivi- ihal Hjrjx-i >!««•* n«« twvJ 

U'P'»'il«W«*«K«>»m»««"' However 

Ml niiwc itiKkiiM Iwwe Mcem K< it 1 h'^ 
ma> mcJii mcKinit newer cimipiMerv 
Uam lc!W popuUiicd btw, m fl«der u> 
tq/bfUMtompuKfy m densely 
|W|MlaM9d labK. or alk>»ing all students 
iKccM ha an Us*. 

Michrlr Amorma 



All immigrants here for better life 



The real Tcmtym kv whuh the leti^r 
tilled IndiaiM abandiw bttairland 
was written arc nut krw'wn 

It It IS. as suied, only lu 'inltirm 
all IhoNC at Harper wtwi tiave hecn 
wondering where all Ihe pcofiie Inim 
India come fnom and why they aie here 
as a son of a newn item, it is pvui Or 
i( lis implied motive is Ki make ttk' 
crriim of the crop of the Indian 
I *' w ho arc hoc ted f mil- 
HIS and ilk-rrfote ktive 0m 
^nuiiixy to go hiiek hcnw and work for 
iheii homeland, it is a laudable one 

But what IS su speuat ui pixiiliai: 
in this Indian immignttni? 

In the by gone dayt. Ilie SpaBCHifc 
and other, came here for gold 

Tite prosperity of the pc<<ple •!» 
lived hoc anracKd more peif k' <nMi 
levs praaiKfoaicounirk's 

RiHTing a lew. Hick as the itvaig 



lives to reach this country for reasons 
weU fcnown to all. or people (rom 
AJfica »*0 »«« fcwed to cttme here as 
•slaves, aimoa atl Die iMher ethnic 
irnniisrams came and suscd here li« 
better living and better oppvMtunitv 

There may he a micraict^ni.- 
iiuiK.riiy. if any al all. who llioiighi ol 
(ivnig mmething to Amcrwa rather thai 
llJfiHg aaytfling from this land 

So my point is. the mafinty ol ttie 
Hnmigranis are here faf bcMer 
■rcwiimcdauons. good auKJnwhies. 
inrfe «H» and a iKttEr ataadNd of I tv ing 
tn companmiM to ihai of i>>nr tumelaiid 
It wiH not. therefore, he cmreci to view 
Indian immigrants Ui be an eiccption lo 
iIm (encrai norm 

AMkoa* H. J»bB 



III spent money 

Game Room receives a face lift 

Ihc Mudcnt rccrcilion riH.iii is ilyinj: a slow, luniliil ileath. It is 
Mxxi to he (vplaccd hy a htg screen television with a seating capacity for 
40 people Surely, the miwey alUxated for the nc* tcleviMon could be 

put to MHiw hetier use . . , ,. 

Harper curremlv h.is a iclcsiMon room I ntorninatcly. alter 
screening it for ahtiut ivvo vceeks. I ve never seen more than three 
Mudenis at a time there (This figure docs not include the janiion. 
hanging tnit there > ll is ridk ulous to nuke a larger television area *hen 
milxidv uses the one we have 

On' the other hand, anyone walking through the ptH>l nyom on any 
afternoon will see the p*>ol tables in use Harper claims costs for the 
ptK,l r.M.m are iix. high Jtowever. this problem is certainly not due to 
lack ol use Raising prices slightly W cover costs is a belter solution 
than complcleK doing away with the pool aiea. 

Harper is supposedly an institution of higher education. Why is it 
the best thing we find to do with our free time is watch television ' Why 
must Harper bend to a siKictv which revolves arxnind the television set 
W ■' V ,s Harper nuking an effon to encourage us in this mindless 
. iiy ' Perhaps a major part of the apathy problem * is the American 
public's reluctance to do anything besides sit and watch a screen. 

Also the addition of the television room would severely re'imct 

WHCMs audience The student radio station is already hampered by a 

sadlv small playing area, and the new renovations would shrink it even 

more Instead of playing throughout Building A, NVHCM would in 

effect he heard only m the cafetena. That is. it will he heard in the 

1 only when the cafetena is quiet enough to hear it. (See next 

litorial Iwrnoreon WHCM I 

i 111 not saying that the area could not use renovation The lounge 

now IS very dull looking and needs to be livened up. However. 

replacing it 'with a television is ludicrous The money for renovation 

ciTuW be better spent making the Building A envtmnment kvk more like 

a lounge, rather than a pns<»n room Maybe, just maybe, a coat of paint 

would do more go.>d than high lech equipment .ind iflcmtxws tilled 

with All My Children 

Tari VauRhn 
Edilor-in-<"hicf 



I IK HorUl^^ wtktmts trtirn m lite rdiuf ami rrpdei m oar rdlloruil^ I <". " 
Mil fte ■■'" *•»* <" fc" ""J "«""' •"* •""> "^ "' '^'" '""'^' Stxnaturrt »UI br 

.,.■:.:,■' .-•.nrtillieia All leaert are SMt>lt, I in rJ>tinK StnJUltert fc.f/jrper O/Ji-ce 

..r brwif l*rm hy .WciJiJv (»i'<'«e*i ' 'i>A'v Ju'in. '.-v.<;.j' 



HflRBinGER 

Wilbm R«my Hmpn CoBcfr 

1 200 «^ A]«on<)BM Road 

Palnuae. nimnii MKM? 

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JidwCtllMlih, 
key Cm*. Tony ClMfnu. 

liMiOin'iK.teoHdI. 

Maw tanmk. On Kunik. 

NU« <i> ii«i*iii» »i . fcBity Will«» 



fMMmmm Aw *» 



Overheard... 

"I'm loo sick for public 
transporlalion." 

"Its like using a 
sU'dgchummer to put a 
thumbtack into the wail." 

"There's a fault under 
('hirago, but whose fault 

is il?" 

" You. Sir, are no Ted 
Kennedy." 

"It's a force to be 
reckoned with." 




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Can Situ K'lievc we dul il iwo 
years m a row ^ 

The Ai|iiatic Ni>gfin piKMO Hi last 
weeks emeriainmem section wan 
ktien by Janet Chambers. WA John 
Sitsoo. 




6 Features 



HartMnger 



Novembers. 1989 



Holiday leftovers: forgotten but not gone 



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HotidByi come ami go. mi *> ik holi 
diy leftovm yiiu don i kno* •h* m *> 
with llh!Wica»cvCT> ycai.ht « H»ll»*ffn 
pumpkim. Ttankugivmu turkeys Kmrtb ot 
July firctnckm or ihc Oav-Mnas gill fiwn 
hell you canl rcium <x eo^tangc 

AflCT hr»nsionninj! am) ulkin|j *itn 

tome o( Ihc mosl dctnenicJ people I ».n.i» . 

I've come up *<* »"*■• •<"«>«*<»' "*** "* 
wtai wdo wiih ihoMe dam MiJiy Wtovers 

So hereisoiw bad »h».c,*»biidvia. !><>"> 

youRinjIy 

Hallowoen pumpkins wc ihe wora W 
ga nd of Oh sure. 11 *i«ild he simple lo to 

Ihr total vawlals smash ihem ui Nis I ny go 
or Ihc fool and »»» Ihem yoursill 

U a law enJoreemem o<r»;et approaches 



yoa F«« *•>■ "' •*'*•"' ''*'"'^'" ^'""'f^"'~ 
couM n> I *as only wning diem Ircc ' 

Have you ever Kvn faced *>* nme 
pinmd'. "I lelu«er lufkcy' Ymivc ealcn 
lorkcy samJwiihcs (or breaklasi and li«Kh 
Un ^m^ weeks U you were lo snee/e. a pwtc 
ol dark meal mas fly 
out 

It would K* i'«' 
simple m hand ihb 
iwtcy u> all your 
ncighhor.. «> whs no« he n:->urulul Si-nd 
tt»keymihemailli>allihetolks*h.)aiu«* i 
he wUh vou lor dinner 

What ahiwi ihe Ctuisimj, f>U \u'n. 
tietl you know, (he ax y'«u >.«" l ^wni i* 
CTChwgc ' I sually . II IS a shirt thai IS so u(tU 

,i)u can I make ii kiok gaud even wah your 
ugbest puB ol pants 

harad of haBjaig " "> y«« cJo"* «» 



.in curtiiiv »r.ip .1 up a'"! sasc >I l(« nesi 
ycJf lose " "• stmu-onc vtHj niimulK 
wDokln t buy i present 1.* They II K- y. 
*(Kkcd you houshl them >.wcihmi;. an.1 
jue Idiely to wear ii with prulc 

I (If thoM- who j>un.h»»- mullipk- htuV> 



-I arways thought pumpkins could Hy. 
I was only setting them free." 



ul lireaackers im the fourth ot July . I have 
aiure lor that dik-mma fon i vi»i- them lor 
ncsl sear he^ause lh<- »«.k icn.U U) hum 
r.«hc. ^uukly lust k»k at my iMn Hamp 
li»i lik>: lingers 

Bcinvemise ShowtomemiH lake all 
■he lexlbinAs you ioukin 1 sell bask, and 
have a h«i<* eipkiding party You i an use 
Ml a hruk on some ol ihc lafRfT hunks 




t hope 1 have sols itl M>mc prohkniN ynu 
mas havecMwntnied I m m* saying gooui 
ami do what I suggest lust he crcalivc. ami 
gctung rid ot lefioser holiday paraphernalia 
•JkmiU he no probkrm. 



Health Corner 



Are you hooked on nicotine? 



Mwedhy the lUallhScrsnC jndlhe 
American Canter Society 

Non sm«*cricana4ipi«nok 
ciN lor the das on V>vcnihs-r !<> 
SludK's have shown thai snnikers 
who Slop smoking l\K Ihc day aie 



,,lu-n vut..sslul when lhi-\ ik 
CMk' lo MUil 

AtiWcwillhc x-tuponholh 
itivs with inlinmauon on sm>* 
ing ccssalMin. adnptKio papeiv 
l«Bes and 4ui//cs tit<m II i>< 
ani, to 1 (f p m near AJ4: 



art M0rit *rwant « ■ 



Smokers tan exchange their 
apKUes (or balloons and lapel 
buttons on November 11 and 16 
It's a (un way lo swp smokmg 
The Gnat Exchange IS part of the 
Gieit Amcntan SmokeinU spon 

•n.1 »lirr other impoilant twdy lunitions 

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rnCC STUDENTS WHO NEED 

MONEY FOR COLLEGE 



Everv Student it Eligible lor Some Type ol 
Financial »ld nefl«««e»s ol Gr«le. or Pwental Income 

mlw kinding . . . ...^ ■ 

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1*! * JL".lf/!Ji-E 'N YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD A | «. 



PrnMnu 

—I. and pliyiiig irmu and volkylwll 



Mikt\ 

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*mw- Engmnm)! 

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V^ h.1 jfc ihc people m y.iuf ncighhHlKiiKl ' 
Hum and CammiaBe Mtwiter, 



Urnm dale a ju* I mti um wan ano 



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UT«m *«•;.«») ^ lia. la., h». ba, .^ ^ 
A>c«n I pla> mind •— 



EMknrLrr 

tttfnttry 

in o.ukicl«,K, tfc, »..rW.I »«rtd. ,^„sert 



rbiMimKaitM 
^k'PnaMnM 

^^aJ<»: R» Engmaamii 

IVraai car: a cammibk caddy 

I. -> «»■» ItaH t .1^: H.„^ ^ ^.j^ ^ 

•«ki"«u|.»ltmfallwlcc|..«„n 

« «» pnm«> „«« of c««„,«„^ ^ h.„ „„^,^ 
HS <kugieiun«li>raUdciic> 

"WHmi nt,i K, , pouadiBi InJwn pim pow 

!*•■■ dilt: any giri »h„ „ mieHigoii, panamMi Md ' a I -t. 

■meUveUke Dm Kelly i~ ™«« -w M«M* «. LMt 

!>•*» Saflty ^la|nr : (unitBimni, 

fr'it I Cammmtt ttmtm car: t fttnn f J" 

Major: E^jm.->T *" "> "•^ *» ' ««i" 

B«.»c., ..-*a.dn™-.„^hnng„„«, ITt^JltlZf ^ '" m'. ^ 

I«ai»»l»relr«to«!boai«ia.«idhMH,.r_.i. . "' """^ *■*••*•"<»«. I twirtd 

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«»«.■». twJfl^!^ becomes a new ne«hbof 

«^ re Nnog now tor ot,r n«w ,,or. at ?^,1? Soha.,mb..rg Rd 

Hott Mott.ss Crew Pmbi. 

•••«n«en.nce (special benefits) 

Our McDonalds offers 



Jt*myB,fcM Staff wr.urt Norman Colw. Mete iiiu«. 



Very flexible hours . „.„„^ 

Scholarship programs . p^l\fi^*"^ •"••'» Provided 
Competitive wages u^'J."' *"'' •'«*'' «r«arlng prgm 

Frequent wage reviews a^ * — — — 

ru« or P.„..;m:''hr,.'"'*'" "PP""-'"" 





307-6384 



At th. compreilon .1 ,ou, to,t«vl.w you .11. ,„„„ . ,^ 

FREE large s'andwich ' """^ "" * 

HERE ON CAMPUS TOOAV ! 
Building A 




Holiday Full/Part-t imp 

• Lommission departments — ' 

still available 

• Mens & Womens fashions 

• Chiidrens 

• Catalog/Credit 
• ^^^'^tenance AOR^^(^qq 

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Mon - Fri 

' am - 9 pnri 




Saturday 



Sunday 

*■■' - 5 pn 



TOAIN IN JUST 10 SHORT 
MONl HS FOR AN EXCITING 
CAREER AS AN: 

• Executive Secretary 

• Medical Secretary 

• UgaJ Secretary 



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hinaru ul Aid Availjbic 



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McDon«ld-s. atmmf* an «<,u^ opportunay ampioy,- 




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• Herwinil IX-vcJopnK-nr Cuurvs 

( AIJ TODAY! 640-7670 

NE\X C LASSES 
FORMING NOW! 



SCHOOLo 

SECRETARIAL 

SCIENCES 



8 What's Happening 



Harbinger 



November 9. 1989 



FrWay 



10 

Veterans Day 
Classes not in 



TlwMre-"Cabaret" 

Spm 

J143. $3.5 



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Saturday 



Sunday 



11 

Football Regton IV 
Final 

Harper at COD, ipm 
Last day tor witiv 



Ti»»atre-"Cabartl" 
8pm. J143, S3S 



W\ 



Monday 



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t i M J J .1 « ' 1 < . f ' « < « * " * 



Theatre-' Cat>aret* 
J2 30pm J143 $3 5 
Harper Community 
Palatine Concert 
Band. 3 30 pm. 
Cutting Halt 



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13 

Magician Bob Gar- 

nar, BWg A. Noon, 

FREE' 

Hunger Awareness 



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Ifitonnation booth, 
lobby. Bidg A. iO-« 



Tuesday 



Small business poster 
contest open to artists 



Th<r IS Small BusineH 
AdminixirjiKMi i> sponsoring a 
coMcsl (or Uw «ctectKin nf the 
|<Mn 11 s Smiill Bu»inci4 Wed 
.<■■■.! - '. , ■ : ^ ■ni<iM and 
jiner* witti 
);rjr'iii"'. pnmmu iBiii aitve>1l<uftg 
firms are WKMW Hed ID OMcr 

The ilienie. "Sawn Bu«iic«« 
l.cjdmg .\mcrx» into ihc -Ki 
Comury \ mu«t he iiMwpiirjud 
>n ihc tietign. The wofiling 
I'S Small Bu^incM Week. 
Mav ^ i;. I'>''(i niusi jKo 
arpcar 

DcMipn «iK>«l>l ihii* ihc 
unpoctaocc of anall twnnctt i<« 
the nation. The pouter sIhiuIiI hc 
deiigned in nn mxre than iui> 
cokn on while (apct meiburing 

A S4.O0O comract for ihc 

Tinal prcparauon and dcugn of the 
w inmng poster will be awiink'd lo 
the winning entiy. Prinicd 
copies will be ditirihutrd 
■tatKMiailjr by March I. I99() and 



tlte winnrr will be in«iic>l :. 
WKdungton. DC durmK i ■> 
Small Rttstnou Week. 

The fudKing iommiuce -t-M 
comiatl nf naMiml leptcwmalivirv 
of utovenuneiM. matt basimr\% 
and the graphic* communi' 
Caniaa-ready »t «>l iIk- » i:. 
detign only n lo he ^kuhnuiu ; 
J4nu»> ::. 1*W) 

All eoliict must h< 
submitted by Ditveinhct 4. l'»lt<J 
111 the Oflicc of Puhlu 
{ ivnimunKJiion*. 1441 L Sirn-I, 
S^A. K.«.m >06, Wdshiniilon 
in 2WI6 All .ubmis.. ■ 
icmaun the property o( tht 
Sm.ill BuMncu Adminislrjimn 
dnd may be dispiaycd dunnf: 
Sinijtl BuMncss Week An> 
dCMftns uied m the pfoiiuHKHul 
campaigns will be credited tit tlH- 



For fiatbcT infannaiMM call 
the Ofdce ol Public 
Cummumcamms at t2()2) A5V 
61(22. 



News Briefs 



Recognizing chemical 
dependency 

"How to tlrc»|*iii/r 
,ind llrip SiimriiiU' t vine 
( hrmicjls .• 
I?u DAWS 



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I , * .1 li> t*fin^ 

.1 hfi'*n Kiji lufkh I (»r niiift- 
inliiimjlion l:iII ('h\lli\ 
/^hrocki ai cittensmi "itOti 

FrB« tests for donors 

lifeSnurce. Illin<- 
largco Mood ccMer. ii; of f>- 1 



Tour-Chlca^o Sym- 
pltony Orchestra-Sir 
Gaorg SoNi. Bus 
taavesSiSpm 
Hunger 
Baitquat.ipnt.Cate- 



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ling (or 
iM-ryi-nc dKijlin^ MikkI he 
fCinning Noventhcr I 

TV new ncrcrnm^ ti .iilt» 

i'>'i-iher wiih the irim, puKi 

"I ! MikhI prcivurc rcaUiiiiis 

. lo Oh-h donor at the time 

'iMiiim. will help donors 

ki.|' 4 .low eye on thcit 

.• !'. rjl health Results may he 

>l ki the donors home 

li may airn the donor oT a 

ptential iholesttrol pr.ihlem 

that, with proper irealmeni 

could lavr the dontu s lilc. 

said Life Soitrce I Managing 

!>ir«'. liw .*f [)4Mior Servite 

i.utU- 

I iK s. lurce IS a non prolil, 
t ui i St f ^ K e hloml center and a 
loini veniure o( TIk" BIimhI 
t enter ut Nonhem Illinois and 
ihe American Red Cross. 
I ileStiuric provuk-s (>(X) pinls 
ol blojx) every day ii. fk.irly «• 
cbKagot*"'' hospitals Kor 
information on whetc 
iiions may be made, call 
source in Glcnvrw at IW 



Wednesday 



15 

Huitger 
Intormation 
Noon 



A" 
booth, 



■HtTid or in Chicago at WMI- 

7ri«l 



Phi Theta Kappa 
inducts members 

I'hi Iheta Kappa will 
in Juv I ** new members into 
the society on Tuesday 
Vosembcr 14 al 7pm in ttie 
sal Ciena. 

ProtcsM* John Djvies i« 
the keynote speaker and will 
discuss the ■ Americas." ihis 
year \ PTK honors topic 

A reiepiiim will follow 
.iiinu'dijlels in the faculty 
dtninj: h;ill 

A iiemi.annual event. PTK 
ins lies siudenLs with a VS or 
belter GPA and 24 earned credit 
hours, to join Ihe national 
honorary Iratcinity Oice in, 
members musi maintain a 
minimum '0 (jPA. 

Tor further informatioa. 
call Dr. 1-utrs Keni at 
olcnsaon 7.1*'' 



Bai!«ing 



TELLERS 



iFUtt- & PARTTIME 



If you're a detail-oriented person with above average people skills and a professional manner, we can 
offer you excellent career growth potential. Cash handling, teller or 
retail sales experience is a plus, but not required, as full training is provided to exceptional 
candidates. 



Positions are now available at the following locations. 



Schaumburg 



Hoffman Estates 



In addition, a special opport' ty exists for a highly qualified individual to work in our 

International Corporate HeaC .uarters in Prospect Heights. Position involves day hours, Monday - Friday. Prior 

teller experience preferred. 

Compensation is verj competitive and benefits are exceptional. Apply in person at your 
local branch or call Natalie Mailory at 307-6709. An equal opportunity employer. 



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Hunger Awarene^T^wi — T 

""nger wa.K Provides rlo.af.f^H^®®'^ 



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BASIC and ike «,-»„ 
AMotWion arc ^,n ""'" 
">mgei Walk rt ^P^'n'^nK j 

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C/ub Notes 



•J''" hclixd f.«. . faired, 

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'^''O'' drive helps needy 

A canncj u^j .,,„ . 
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'Hunger A* r , * 

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'TWAS A MONTH 

BEFORE CHRISTMAS 



'"' t^hrrstrnas V ^''' '^ ''^^ "* True Bun u ' *^""'^ ^Vf^ 
•Work VVhJ' \vrT ''" '''«'^' '"*• tu-'"^' '^ *-' ^ A 






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wants 

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for 

our 

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I^epartment 

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Harbingtr 



Nov«mb«r9. 1989 



Rubes 



By Leigh Rubin 




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Sir Ff«<lefK:K o» HoMywood The Htg/nm KmtfttL 



Fr#d had to M»ve Doris Th«tr 
relationship was (jOin<j nowhefe 




'Bmhurst College 

invites you to attend ^ 

Elmhurst Managcnwnt Program 
(EMP) INFORMATION SEMINAR 

yft Business Uiior br f^tople in Bustnest 

On* i^M ■ nMk ar UtuHtf Iw am yMr to non^Hli I 
•AnMMMlon Mtot Wo>«ulta» tanM. 



Elgin Community CoNigi 

Mar Campus 

1700 Spatlan Onve 

6 00 -7 00 p m 

TuMday . Novembar 14. 1989 

Madnasday. Oecentbere, 1989 




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an J uiuW he niorc fx>}xilar than cvir 
uith taniilv atki tniikls Ixv.uis^.- ot \oiit 
Ck-ncntus Disawint 

I>c>tN of Extra S$$ 



FkxiMc HtHirs 
Mcrr\ Co- Workers 



SfXYul Training To 
Sdl Our Mctvlundiir 

V ?f»(-*liw». V 



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ATTENTION HARPER STUDENTS 
AND STAFF: 

Matthews can help you find a job that is 
tune with your chosen field of interest. 

PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY EMPLOYMCNT 

AVAILABLE 

Serving me Norihwest SutJurban Area tor over 20 years 

SPECIALIZING IN: 



' Suopon Siatf 


• Professional 


• Electronics 


• Banking 


• Martufacluring 


• I3ata Processing 


• Sales 


• Managemeni 



• Accounting 
'We NEVER charge af^icants a fee.' 



Waukegan 
244-6500 



Wheeling 
SOS N. Wolf Rd. 
21 5-0060 



UtXirtyville 
367-1117 



Novembers. 1989 



Harbinger 



CLASSIFIED AD RATES « INFO. 

STudertf persofxKs up to five 
lines ore free Student noo- 
commercioi cia»fieds are $100 
for four lines. oddtttorKjl lines 25 
CommercKjl ctosiSiecii ore $4 50 
for tne fW fourlnesof pent. ond 55 
eoch oddwofxji 

Deodiine for douifieas and 
personals is rwjon Hiursdoy All 
ods must be prepokJ. either bv 
check vise Of Mosfercord 

Tt>e Harbinoer will not be 
responsible for typographicoi 
errors mode on ods taken ovef »\e 
phone 

For rotes ond informofion 
contoct More Boike at the 
Horbinger Office. 397-3000 
extension 2460 

Help Wanted. 



Classified 11 



Help Wanted. Help Wanted. Services 



Help wonted 

Coihiers. Jewelry soles stock 
and worencuse Goir ft 
Meochom. Schoumburg W BEU 
»CO 



O'Hare area company tias 
openirtgs m st)ipping'r«c«ivir)g FuM 
atHJ pari time evenings with one 
weekeixl day required Fiembie 
ttours/ttayt Can Todd after 3 pm 593 
2139 



STUDENT AIDE 

Student Aciivitios Office A 336 
Tuesday and Thursdays. 12 noon 
3pm $4 00 per hour CaM evtenswn 
2242 ask lof Susan 



Hetp people m your tfiin lime ft have 
tun Call Susan Labadi • 359-4671 
lor an appointment 



MAIL BOXES ETC.. 

Ttie Qreaf alternative, invites 
you to work with us over the 
holidoys ot our NEW Woodfieia 
store Flex-time. S5 /hr 
responsible for foxing pocking 
Jf^PPing. counter work For furtfwr 
information and applications coll 
occordmgiy Hoffman Estates 
Sctvaumtxirg oreo. 882 4402 or 310- 
9666 Palatine Roiling Meadows 
area e 091-9980. ond Arlington 
Heights Elk Grove Vtiiooe area 
956-1112 



SUBWAY 



Looking (or a coupfe ol energetic 
individuals that enjoy working w- 
people & have good math skills and 
want to the learn the tasi food 
busifiess FT ft P'T. day/night 664 
Milwaukee Ave Prospect i-ieigfiis Call 
Gary after 2 30 pm MF2i5 5n-i 

SPftING UEAKI990 

IndiV'duol or student org 
onijotion needed to promote our 
Spring Break trips Eorn money, 
free trips ond voluoble work 
experience, apply ho\n> Coii 
Inter-Campus Ptogroms 1-800-327- 
6013 



HIRING! Qovemmem Jobs your 
area $17 840 $69 485 CaH t 602 
838 8885 E»t R 7758 



EARN MONEY TYPING AT HOME' 
$32.000/yr mcome potential Details 
(1)602«38-«8«5Ext T 7758 



WANTED 

Comictxx)k ariist tor European 
tannine comtcshop a'la Dark Knight, 
soon to be published Previous 
expenence not required Think ol the 
lame, not the loiiune • CaH Maih a 
705 8841 



ATTENTION: EASY WORK 
EXCELLENT PAY- Assemble 

K^Ll? '^^ Details. (1) 602 
838 8885 Ext W 7758 



X-MAS HELP WANTED 

tan fair Woodlield Man Days 
evenings ft weekends, lullpan lime 
Start ASAP Call Mike before Som 
619 7420 



ATTLMiON IlAHN MONfcY 
READING BOOKS' $32 000 year 
income poiemuil Details '1)602 838 
8885 F<t BK 7758 



ATTENTION: fc>cellem mcomt: 
tor home assemWy work from iiorai 
arrangements to electronics CaH 504- 
646 1700 Depi P 3796 



WAREHOUSE 

Buftak) Grove Lincolnshire area 
Seeks strong individual tor packing, 
shipping ft receiving M 6 am 3 pm. 
other tienibie hours $8'hr Can 634 
2208 



MAKE REAL $$$ WHILE ATTENDING 

COLLEGE 

'The outer limits of wealth lor 

entrepreneurs $7 95 send check or 

money order Action Net P O Box 

'793 Palatine IN 60078 

THINK SPRING 

Out going' Weil-organiied' 
Promote ft escort our FLORIDA 
SPRING BREAK Irip GOOD PAY ft 
FUN Call Campus Marketing 1800 
423 5264 



Services 



LONtlV. NEED A DATE 7. Meet 

tfxjt specioi someone todoy' Con 
DAIETIME 1-405-366^335 



TVmiG 

Eorty rettred teacr^er will type 
reports light editing included 
Reasonable rotes Con 541-2126 

LEGAL SERVICES 
FKl CONSULTATION 

for on your legal needs 
Including. DUI. personoi injury, 
aivorce. ond reoi estote Phone 
517-2608 Evening ond weekend 
appointments ovaiioble Low 
^♦'-ces Of Becker & Becker 2300 
(Jomngton Rd . Suite 400. Hoftmon 
Estates. 

Fot< occurote professional 
word piocessing./fyping . t 

poperj thesis, arsserto'ions ana 
more Specioiiiing in required 
formots Rotes from S2 per page 
Pfck LiP and delivery ovoiiowe 
"-^ ^onrva A 882-1353 or leove 

AAMECRNGS 

Offered here ot Harper 8 pm 
©very Fndoy Coll for rvformatk>n 
397 3000 X 2626 

AlANON MEETINGS 

Help ond support tor families 
arid £QK)di.of substonce abusers 
Meetings at Harper. Mondays 8 
pm For information call 397-3000 X 
-2626 



20% discount on oH lobot for 

faculty and students Please stx>w 
your ID cord for specKW discount 
Sondine Automotive. Mobile 
station, east ot HolkJoy inn 332) 
Algonquin Rd 396-0810. Ehc ond 
OtckSondirw 

STUDENT TtrmNO SERVICES 

Fast turn around Term papers, 
reports, resumes Editing available 
Lake Zunck k>cabon. call 540 0419 



TYPING SCBVICIS 

Typing done out Of my ^^ome 
Fost. occurote typing Term 
papers reports, etc Pick-up ond 
delivery ovoiiobie Co* LoVonne 9 
519-964) or leave o metfoge 



TYPING SERVICE. 

Fast occurote typing' Reports. 
Term Papers. Etc S3 50/poge CoB 
215^869 



For Sale . 

CONOO FOR SALE 

Walk 10 Harper cut your comnxjte 
•njoy large rooms. 2-Bdrms. 2 Baths 
creative seller pay 6 months assoc 
lees Asking $62,500 Call during the 
day, 705 8841. 



Hie TersonaCs... 



Oonold. 

■"<« pod llv« yaon twve been 
w :»xJ«l1UII I LOVE VOOl 
MIctwIa 

S/OOF 

ttxir* you for Ihe roaibow of llovoo 
on Hctoweanl I txxj ftxi 
nemember Camouflage doetnt 

tdk 

mi? 

Tim. 

Nice shoes, but rrKiybe you ihoUd 
stand In ine vnindow It'ieorier to 
tfioplhotwoy 

■rod. 

What con beot thr«» p»op<» m a 

badkiNcMwa*? 

Oeon 



Oeon 

Actuc»y I Hiought you tatci 

yam»lNna about an elevalar 

Jim, 

Hem don t torgat to n ma In on all 

ofthagoBlp Ok? 

Hummm 

Hoppenm Mike. 
No MTkxaly. we want your tjottt 
aeoly lt« ckcuar. im t tt pei*»cr' 
SdenlWs lat ihwr mtfnjmertfi by it 



I don t think we te In Karscs 
onynKxe 

Ood 

Believe It or not we re done before 



Tart 



Dear Dad, 

llhr*Iart(sw»Tga(lb it» 145am 
nowl 

Wkjrc 

T(«i(ly ortd Oo«ig. 

Vou Mf mhnd aoch other on 

T u eedo y . If you don't mind, wel let 

you take over again 

BC MEondBM 

Doug. Vine*, 

Hoaoooooy, no «> not Frank, onty 
mel How ck> you coteh o tunny? 
lie 
Marc 

•tiM. Ted, 

You tofcad to Jew ond Down tor 

how tang' I don t know about tt» 

LLC 

Marc 



GfcH Schwifw 10 ipeed green, 
good condition S55 Boys bike 20' 
w/bonono seot. good condition 
MO Cal 439- 7387 after 6 pm 



l9MUncolnToiimear 

Creom color, full power, 
perfect corxJition Goroge kept, 
6W mies S6600 COB 439-7387 after 6 
pm 



GOVERNMENT SEIZED Vehicles 
from S100 ForOS Mercedes 
Corvettes Crievys Surplus Buyers 
Guide. I-80&«87-6a00. Ext S-I053. 



GOVERNMENT NOMES from S) 
(U-repoir) Delinquent tax property. 
Repossessions Coil 1-805-687-6000 
Ext GH- 1053. for current repo lift 

1990 NUDE COED CALENDAR 

featuring nude Illinois college 
women Moil S9 95 to Coed 
Calendar. P O Box 434-H. Dekolb 
" 60115 (Must be 18 or okler) 



Wanted 



ROOMMATE WANTED 
Straight female seeking same to 

share apt Renia$3i0 Caii259 i64i 

lorcteuat. 

APARTMENT TO SHARE 

Looking tor anyone to lind an ^ 
to share within Harper's district It 
interested call 480-0450, and ask lor 
Mike 



Situations 



AOOmON 

In this difficult time for you, 
pieose consider piocmg your 
boby in our home, filled with love, 
security and loughter We ore o 
couple eager to provide your 
mtont with unlimited love through 
odoption Pieose coti attorney Eric 
Schmob 9 934-0802 



. 12 Sports 



Harbinger 



November 9, 1989 



Hawks are going bowling 

RC Cola Bowl or Midwest Bowl: it rides on Saturday's game 



By Loa Sati 
(■vest Writer 



"A howling we »ill go. a 
bowling we will go! HrHo-A 
MenyO. a bowling wc will go!" 

Thot't one mug the Hwpcr 
HawiM arc derinHcly ungmg. Bm 
Ihey would like K> add one meiR 
tune k) ihrir rcpenciwe: We art 
the Champu^Hs 

The Regmn IV cluin|Naw. 
■hat M. 

Wiifc a win at College of 
DtiPage on Saturday. kKk irft al 
I pm. the Hawk$ can captive 
their third straight Region IV 
uilc. This would be their fourth 



m the U^l 
unpiiitiimh 
won more ituiii, 



i|.- 



ihiin any other team in ihi\ 
decade, bccomuig the 'Team ol 

Ax an added pert. Harper will 
return in ihc R,^>.»l fKmn ("iiU 
Bowl al Ihc I nmtMH ii( 
Norihrrn Inwj I M [Xmtic in 
CcJjt IjIK. Uii ihe third 
coMccuttvc year where thry will 
fK« Waldorf College on Sunday. 
NnvemliCT 19 

■We can beat DuPagc." naid 
Full Back^TK-frntivc IineniMi 
Steve Rokuvk, It » lusl a i 
of gelling the |(>b ifcne 




junoit '>t!iu inMt ^diiif »aN Jll) 

imlualKin, kniii oul Ch^iporals 
( Ik !,-f,^ ( h.ncy led the 
;>leting 11 ot 
i itijs and foul 

touchdowns a^ (urp»r >kj|vil I'fl 
loa -'?-0 lead txlnrc ihc Iri-iam 
(■1 ft) relumc.l j hliK^kcl i«uj 
fK>ini adcropi let ihcir <inl\ 
potm» of die coMCNl late in the 
lirsl half 

In the meantiine. the Hawk 
detente, led by Tom Kuhk-r. Sue 
Beiiber. Tony Sutton. Brent 
Haibold 1 affloni Calhoufl and 
Rokutek. held the Tro|an> u> 
Mdy 26 yanb of Intai offen»e in 
die fmi httt. 711 for die enure 
game. They earned ihcir nghih 
conMcative Region IV fimc 
berth 

Tti i'uarjnucd 

ihem J .cii ,i, iheii htih 
ci>n<»i\uiivf bowl game, ihcir 

A Vtnl-. >;,\h 



I hjitij 
Icrcu 



pomiji out I 

ATi-kv All! ^^ 







• Bruin Canoy (•nd* 



nr..iu-i! I,.r Ml 



-in. I 



htiih 

f MiiniK 



Ckiartsrtwck Jarry Chanvy t>Mt his own pargional lacord ol tou' touch 
down paasM m Iha t«s> ha* Chan«y mad* Ragon IV Svcond Team. 
imtaing Fml Taam by on« vola 



ujmefi c<]£ing tiui iJuPagc •> mtk.- 
overall and sii Fif«i Team 
M'iectium. 

In additioa. Harpci (iim 
Tcjni Silcciiiins . Bekhcr. (CH. 
!>' lUutcriRBi.iamex 



icjguc Jon I iiki- l-uliki Miiv 
Should give ihcm plcniv dI 
incentive for Saturday " 

The entire list of Hardier All 
Region tV and All N4C First 
Team seteclioits are a.\ follows: 



l>Holo by Norindn Coh*fi 

: yard (>as« pfay Carwy 



■ iu'r. KuIUt. ( jlhoun \i .■ 
Lif Unan Canoy (TE), Haywi>.ij 
Hill, Rcdcl. Sutton (LBl. ami 



..>nd Tcamcrsarr 
...".. . • .:.' t. inquepalmi (0(.). 
I uhloi. Rrjilfi»d Jones (WR>. and 
Jivhn Kcnshiiw (LB). 

Brcni Harbold (l.BI, Pcic 
Mila//o (DB) and Sieve Rokutek 
il)| 1 jll received HonorabU 
McntiiVi hA>rHW^ 

'/.'U \unr: it iht Sporit 
Infiirmalion Assislamt d' 
Harper s fhysicul Editcau. ■ 

I, I, v.; . and Rrcreaiun 




Tn*onioaitonknaimLo(«ftn>But'«' .n"-: 
Haywiwdeuiranily laads tha Haipat t«sn w 



s^iij as Twm Oaalh • BWfi -Tiaiea Hegon iv Tnj Taam and ai» accatJiad as Itia best Running Backs m I 
■^nas and 9t9 yards m saaaon ii,»f>*g Buliaf f«»» 1 44 anasvls wuh MB yards rushing 



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HRBinGER 



^4ovember 16. 1989 



William R»in«y Harp*r Colleg* 



VOL 24. NO. 14 






News 2 

Features 3-4 

Editorial 5 

Entertainment. ...6-7 

Happening 8-9 

Classifieds 11 

Sports 12 



Features 



• "Lady pilot; the 
sky's the ultimate 
limit" 

Part lime An student Gail 
BaklMnn Wm high above the 

cicxjds >n a let 






Page 4 



Sports 



• "Hawks fall to 
Chapparals" 

'That huit t)«cause if you tak« 
away th« nistakes thai tm made 
on th« tug plays thai they had 
wfl coukJ o» •tan «m oam« * 

•HemtCoxtt 




Trustees 
elected 



By Erik Wantr 

Nf UK EdMor 

Tin: Harjurr Colkgc Bnard (»f 
Tiuaees coa(inn»l the nrclnuvn 
(if manlier* Motly NiirwiMxl ami 
Jotm Cmlc 41 itic N«ivcmhcr 1 ' 
meeting Aficr the conhmiauon 
ihc Board unk care at unlini>hed 
bu.sines.ti 

The otiicial ckiiMjn rcsulLs 
*crc Nt>rw«Kl. 1 N.I SI. Cmio 
lh.:!*)(: Keith SiHlifoll .74.J 
Nxrwimd and ("iHte *ca- clettcd 

In IIh- ,,Mkc.- , i, Mr,.|.. Il.i' 

N'.iiJ rr ilaU'd hjrnrj H.iri.-n .i\ 
.hairnijti Mike Milkr »,.i< 
-■K-^u-.l Vive vhatr am) Sll^Jn 



Hunger awareness 



lx*lfll viXiV) ^. 1 I, 



..il 



ipanM.in The lone 
.'ic vame trimi t'ii%ie 
ihere wa* oo lumlmg 

' ihr ^Ifi million 



. ;...i.f:ciK> it 
mil primdi 

Jkl. We are LiikIh:.; 
t incrt'meiujitv 





Abov«: SSiXJenli aai m««ls pfopc-rtional to the 

• o"cmic conditofi in«y faprvtani Tt>« nch»»i with a 
.. '•«> V t>i« poorasi ■ a t)o«i* ot f<o» tw tuMcnanc*. 
L»ft ••. !^cn<iol iiponsorAd l««c)ing pfogram wai only 

WW to iMd »?aft o* ttw ii>u<i»nts tns Oay Thn maal of 
re« and twarw, Mfvad « noon. >s th« on)y m*«l soma 

of !h«Mi c^iW'ep wif! a«i 



K> lari Sauieha 
Fdilor-mt tltrt 



mall. 



^ cci i he hiifMiiK'i - 
n ASK" and the Sc»maii 



iiiui>diii.tai> v|Ke*:h. Uic 
ranvhimlv lo pei'j>le (nwn 



'•asaiisigaed 
I a ihorl 



. .11 t>l 



lid 111 t""<""H" 
KiriTtinmifh-* in I 



tnufu wuiii iin a plan to buiUl xs 
(ymfint bectswn avaitaiiie 



u - till 1.1 he hunjin and atHf. 



. .ii'.iti 
I ihese 
<>d tn 

.S 111 

. '^aiv 

; iHiii ut IcKid. 

iin and Poland MC 

\i>nd group 

'c|irc\enlcd 

i.kiK- iiKiKik iiKiriiru'v ihe« 

Stt HuBgfr U>rii on page I 



Assault charge not bonafide: police 



lit Mare Halkt 
Staff Urilrr 



X (aKifK-d repiirT ol a«\auli .i ' ' 
ll.l^ yivcn 111 PaLuine Pnh 
'v% t-nihcr S . ai.a»ding u> PuM .. ... 

the man Rpaned walking tu hi 
KKiM a llarpcf pariktiii! hx »hen hi 
nfrnxciKd and hoacn by ttwr mm 

He rcjfcinrd a theft of S?(" 

The aittijt iniuk'ni u 
riiii .in J^^auh and rchtx i 
■ n ti«)itinan l-Mjuen, not )., , 



f^tlatine i'\A 
TJw in.. 
htm m I* 



.Mll-Jlv^ 1 .: 

. -Mile J 111 ■. 
i KiipiWl fur h(s«i 
rV allcfcd . .... 
'ine tor h. 
I PalaiuM: i\-.. 
irbtH^ reimrtc 



m Ian Th<ind»y'<i edHion 

"We thiiughl ihi- infonnalion that wc 

had i\ Ih..- iiriii- »as atiurau- It was only 

had gone Ui die pnnler ihM 

ihe i*ir> inas. inaimct. The 

ntacied on Tuesday were 

■ ■ had no reason to suiipecl 

i Tari Vaughn. 

■leer 

ontaili'J laM 



t'.itiliir.i. 
Publii 



li tiK- fiiiiivfv an.l 



.:«Ja> night but was unable m nk-jM- 

. llij,.lni.ili.,n .^illi.Mil ( hui KiHin 



Female student "violated" in Library 



ii.. Mart 
staff M rilrr 



! . ■ - iiniarv ia..i V» I'tincsiUj 

a^ MUim M a suidy tairtrt » hen 
ike atleged mxfitn ttxhetX arwnd and 
SnMiedher. 

TTie iiltcnder, a iiirper uudcm. Wiu 
.iprri'hendol hi two PtjNic .Safety otrKxrs 
ai I " pm 

A umilar iKivmate waa reported to 
fublic Safety laai Maith. where a male 



ai'iii : 
to CI 

i *iiiiul III VI I uiiiiit ■MMiH'ifiing iiLe 
dm liOHld oatv here. It Kansi me to ihMi 
w4iM am hanien to a d-m ,i,- ^...i.-ni gomg 
out IP lier lar in thi .ned a 

cnnimiied litudeni 

'After an inve<>li(atj(m and evaluation 
of the mcident. it was determined 
disctpliawy action wotild lake place in 



..bk Sjfcli Chili 

> r nay locc expuIsHin from 
im>grams and acuviUes on 
a peniuncM btuu Theae charfca would be 
added many omt penahiet. 

Hai|ier considert wxual haruanem 
an Mtwckane fcsml advance or lequesi 
tor favon. amltar any verbal or pbynciri 
condoi-i 

If a stiuleni believe* he/she was 
"kiolaied". the uudent should report liie 
attcfed iKt 10 Vice President of Student 
AHain. Bonnie Henry. 



2 News 



Harbinger 



November 16. 1989 



Computer Art 



ty fjik WantT 



VUrieoeltaM-BiiKlitoii*- 
iifiane-waMft «**■>•(■> llM 



-nwtkowcoMfaitofpwct 
Huni-BnKh tmdaacmtmlm 
kmyttn. 

TV vtwoci n mixatf-M»- 
da. consnung moaOy of MM- 
{iuiefFifit>ics.tfnadmwl«aod 
chips. 



Students protest racism in college papers 

Editors accused of prejudice toward minority and felmale students 



Hunt-Brasck. who 
(latpcr's gn()luct depMimcat, 
did Ihc wo(k on M AimfS 
pMtr. 

HcrliigMKh 
»tw(sk l«s becfl dfi(ii*y«d «« 
ay yc*r. This w Honi Brasth"* 
nra one-ofWOM show «t lUtpei. 

AW<oiighlh(pta.awsto 
ale. HuM-BiaKb "didn'i do 
(the) worii ID kB* Ae ohI 

kidKpM.dwh««Main* 
o(hcT p<e(es. <>k ol herwoiki 
washouthlby Harperandlwics 
M Ok Eiinalicm FtouBdMioa of ■ 

nee. 

H«ni-B»Kh4aefli'liryiD 

cxpUia net umMit wMk aai- 
■«.1iMnkatwst*oaUi|iak 
for iurif. Everyone wmfms 
Oingsdifideiidy.' 

■n>e Aow wi«jn»»g«l bv 
the Ml dqaw c w. whuh ^^^ 
IHMKted HaM-Basch wMk ibr 
idea. 



(CTSi MMwwy and fwnmisi 
siudcnw al irveial diflcrcm cam 
pine* pKNcMd ten Ktool |» 
pas Riwrtage as «»cii«iuv» « 
ntisi Bi early November, n mmc 
oitn catltot iur ttidcu cdMon u 

In «»«« "cidenB. «iii*t«» 
caHed foe "h«W «»•«»■§« i«i« 
ibe camp"* ("P"** ** •••»««»- 
lies ot tknisiDn and lllnoa. and ai 
Cotondo Suit Uavosily. 

Fat dUiwM w*""!*. a di» 
gnMM Mdrm leadcf nni w 
Kcatl ihc ttudcm oMof al tte 
tiniveniiy I'f N«>rtb CjKifcna- 
Chapel Hills paper 

Several hundRd students gaik 
ciedalUK UnivenilyoCltoiBloii's 
I'nivCTsiiy CtMct » chante *■• 
ttK Daily Cougar, die uudeal ^ 
pet. (aikal lo covet Ihc coioiialion 
al the *hi«>l« horoctommg kmg 
«m1 nuarn. ilkgmg ii *a» hctaune 
IhM years queen b Maik 

Black siudrml<nHinPrcsidcM 
loci Rulurds >JiMl Ihc homeoM- 
ing incKlem redeiied broader ra- 
cial biai in die C°oa«»'sco«cnge. 

Editor in Chief CcoiseaMi 
Shepani delended In deciSKW. 



saying "rooee people didni c»c 
than tared" about hnOKxtinung 
lasiyear ><ddan.*cadded.abo 
Ignored die cvral. 

At Coiotado SiaK Uan«r»ii> 
MO prMttiers gadmed Novon hii 
IHjNa.'UUieRotliy M<i«iniainCol 
legun. die seidcm pupa, hw run 
naf a kucf dKy caUcd MM. 



If someone crtis me • 
racist, that's an unin- 
formed accusation 

Scott Pemmam 

The November 2 letter called 
lur a "rate ol dmniughbreds" and 
wpiKincd ahiBtum to etawMK 
"chddiea bom m mtWme ncak- 
er<i." 

On the -aroc day the Ci>Bcgu»i 
publ«%halth«.»vi«:mlingk-tict.abo«« 
W imn and winncii gathcfod in 
fnm oJ die trffice* of d»c Daily 
lUini at the I nivrfMty o( IHmoi* 
Urbana<"hampaign u> prene*! a 
"icxia" cfltnit sinp that had ap- 
pcMttd in die paper *e prcviims 
week 

Edilan Mibiiei|iaemly pulled 
dicsinp. 



IHhcr ivii-rii ihihcls -tt v jn 
pu* paper coverage havcheen Icsv 
civil In September. Umverwly al 
MaviathusetB-Anriicnt prMtsl- 
crv htrM thnngh die badt door o) 
Ihc iHliteN ol the {".illcgian m 
itagc a brief !iH ui ptulcsi »t luJi 
ua David Mark vcdiiorvd calling 
UnHed Nation* o»»scrvcr. on the 
Ijrarli ^x tupK-d Wc^J Bank .>( the 
Jurdw River "Mtkcningl) pro 
P.tlC'iinian " 

The dcaidcMK catk-d fijr 
MMfc'sicsgMWon. MatkrcfuNcd 
Thoi^ mi edilorv actually 
have been driven from dicir jobs 
by die denion<.irauun.» yet. Ihcv 
realil) unccdc the charges hun 
••|| leatly upvet me in he pc t 
ceived ttw »av.' Shcpanl md. 
■•bui I'm ntii giMng lo go out and 
<ieek mmorily Hsues jua iKxause 
oTdMs." 

Rocky mooMam Collegiin 
Editn SoNlPcmman agreed 'no 
one Ukcv cniicism. but M'$ un- 
likely we'll do anydiing ddler 
cnlly " 

Ciung pau ef (om tu include 
guest cohimm irom campus ffli- 
nonlKt and IMS own editonals 



LniHi/ing raiot intiik-ni*. fVm- 
man »jh1. "11 «wneonc calK me a 
iKul, dialS an unmltiraied acco- 
satHia" 

Nevenhele<a.«chaixi««alnw> 
hurt dK- credibility of the pa[»-f m 
the vhort run." said Tom RolnKki. 
headofdic Minneopolis-baMd As 
MKiaied Collcgiaic Press, a trade 
a.sM)ciaiion of campus newspapers 
Other papers have lace J crm 
cisin (or ditlcreni reasons 

.\{ die University of 'so'i'i 
Cai.rfma m Cha»>cl Hill, Shawn 
ICcbschull. F.diior in Chief ol die 
Dady Tar Heel, weathered a pcti 
tion drive to hold a recall ek-ctmn 
in Siincmhci 

Student government member 
Jefiicy BeaU. whi-> stoned dK (x-ii 
iKWidnve. accused dK- paper ol re- 
fusing ID pnnl ktlers tt> die editor 
that ciprcss opinion* contrary u> 
the paper's ediiorul stance, forbid 
dmg rep<«icrs lo interview certain 
siuJents and having a lackof'cora- 
pctcm managcmeni" 

Bcall failed lo get die ncccs- 
swy ^..ytlsignaiures needed lohoM 
a lecall election, and die move 
mcM has uncc stalkd 



Hunger Week 

partK ipanls icc Kvcd a nn»ksl. but 
adequate meal However, in mcwt 
ol diesc cdunuies, about ten per 
cent tif die piipulwon conuols » 



peitent i>l die wealth This leaves 
many of ciii/ens bckiw die piveny 

Ime. 

TTic Imal ^'i pctce« o< dH^ 

pom i t |» ufcB l td the torn HKiane 



counlnes such as l^ihKipia. Imla, 
Vietnam and 1.1 Salvador The 
ptsopie m diis group rccievcd a 
small bowl «< rice lliecui/enstn 
dteoNintK. ■ ■ ;<' - ■■' ■" ' 



don't get even dtai much The per 
cj^ua nKi)ine ftir these counlnes 
IS hctwec-n SW) and S440 a year In 
many ca^cs, the natKUi'i debt pi' 

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Lady pilot; the sky's the 



lyAHHCkMWMl 
Fcaliim Ediliir 



hirt lime An sudcM Gail Baldwin dc- 
nvc> pkjNurf from moUMK clay imo grace- 
ful piKhers. mugs and cotamkn at Hwp» 
Colleje'i CetrntK SliiAo. When jhe s net 
tiinwing fiolier>. Balil»in Ams another lui 



ihc Inivi'iMis i>i N.<nh Dikott to mOy 
Avaina and Ga>grjt*> 

Baldwin's couf scwr<ft u«* her f mm Ibc 
groand «> Ihc ^l"«■•> tkh Ji* •■«<"» had in he 
|)nificiCM m land iuu\ air nunruvcr% heli irc 
{MMWIg dW claKftCs 

AAw CUMplclHig Ikt training. Baldwin 
ieceived«pn«aie iKciMe. an in'Omnicnt rai 



mt' jnil J . .MTirTKT 




mancfcw. tadioi 
Idem fltei a le; 

(laic nil liilan.lin«i 
ofthcHiurrK-v Thc) 
shan: duue* tudi as 
serving »s flifhi 
oi^inon and ctim- 
nHMUcaun;; w tlh ihr 
gfniindai.'\k 



ultimate limit 

.1 



I.X [Ml 



year. Baldwin- 
V"' ' in Alrtln«^ 
c aken tier 
„.„. .,,.:» biMne {ijr 
twelve Ki fifteen day^ 
out of ever) muMk 

BaUwrn'smteics 
w Dying wiK «|iaffced 
aa a ymng dltld. She 
admired her fattier, a 
• ' cafMiin li» ilw 
Myiag Tiger*, ihe 
worid'slargcMfrcighi 
earner. 

One day. she 
hnprd 111 Icam Kow to 
Ih Ikr falJicr fell 
"llying was no job for 

a wama'* So Baid- CM Baldwin m undorm 
WW decided 10 pmae 
a rot cstmt CJKCT IB Ijkc Tahiw, Vv*ti 

Al llie age oltweniy five R.ilil-*in »nih 
her fattK.-r'<: t'lnaiKal a>.M»lji! ' m 



int«»Angek:«.t jh 



< si» yean alict 
* Lii..n|>licrfir«flyin|> 
U'>M>n Iniiiallv 
Bjldwui and iMiier 
pik«.\wcKtrain:d» 
lliffhi eneincef^ Ut 
n\Lu\M- t(» K.r.ins. 

till inwri and fuel 
«y«cm« 

An <i|vninj; :ir>»x' jnd BjKl»m mnve4 
imohrr tmtcnl pmitow .i^ti!-.! oHu.-r Sh.- 
».t>«k4at<MifvKkihi-i4!'ijin ■ 



probleti 

leave ili> f • 
Our plar»rv m: 
sate " 

B.ii 
Ihe III 




aaiiaaklwn tatiMprid* m har latasl CfNtion Stw dalc aW ly moldt a 
iumpotclay mlo a Mnsual vaa« 



Hying , 

enjoy workmijiiti an 

iiregiito <cheduk- I 

inoaUy Ry fur two l» dvec days at a tnctch 

t maRage the onmplcii MluaiHia ol n>mgh> 

memaHy thinttn^ ahead, and planning my 

hand-eye cwirdnnaiion at I make my nc«t 

HH>\e " 

' WlK-n I Ity I m haffiy," <iaid Baldwin 
1 'tUiTiJlc em^Ui'^ 'f vc .1 vi'.uiil d>c 



mxH). «ar«. sumeu Mti counuyside, moai 

[xtiple can't ice." 

"l hclieve being a pilot is a great oppor- 
luniiy (or people who Idie gomg to dillcrcnl 
(jIkcv. mecung new people, and arc not 
K-ithered by an irregular schedule," taid Bald- 
win 



A A A A Jk A A A A A A 

Harper College Presents 

MARK 

MATHABANE 




"My father was making $10 a week. Five went 

tor rent on our shack. Three went tor our survival. 

And two had to always be kept to tKlbe the police 

to we wouldn't be arrested. ' ,. . ..^,^^^,^„„ 

-Mark Mathabane 



AAAAAAAAAAAA 
Author Of: 

"Kaffir Boy: 
The True 
Story of 
a Black 
Youth's 
Coming of 
Age in South 
Africa" 



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November 16. 1989 



Harbinger 



Editorial 5 



Letters to the editor 



Smoke-free folly 



I have pa read Die aitK-k 
11 mceming ihc planned mxikc free 
cn% imnmcm I would like to ctprcn 
my opinuin concerning a couple M 
ik-m-i listed 

1 *ill ukc nolc of Ihc wtird* 'ovnd 
icuet " Whji and whi>\ uends are wt 
ii>ing lo vn ' Who of *hai arc »e 
Uying to impfess? Are we really tnolMh 
and egnliMical <iKN4th lo hclivc hrcaow 
Marpcf dt<cs <iomcihing other «h«i<ls 
«iii automatically fall inu> linc^ 
Pcrumally. I don l care *ha« poIkh-> 
Tntnn or Roowvcll ur North»csu-ni 
Lake »n this issue I ikmi altemi them, 
and have no intenluw of allemting in the 
near future And since theu studeitt-s 
ikm I attend here. 1 lail u> we where Ihc 
trend comes in 

For nght now. thts is an 
autononuius issue and it shouhl remain 
such. 

Even li »c di> ktcp ii an 
auiunumuus luuc. il seems that those 
who woukl ch«ii>w a snutke free campus 
have an all powerful. CKidfcanng. 
communist haling survey on their side 
Amen hniihvrs and sisters' 

ITii- .'mK (juesUims I have .bc Who 
w\is sufs ly L'd ' 1 urHk'rsland Harper ha> 
ahout li.(*»j Mudenu What percentage 
purticifoterf' lOT ' 1% ' H10I1S • Wherv 
was the survey taken'' In a smoking or 
mm- smoking ens mmmcnl^ Was the 
survey phrased, How much tune >k> 
you spend in the lounges ol ILirpcf ' ■>! 
■ Arc yiHi a smoker or not ' Were Ihi- 
MudcMs given a choice of. "I doni have 
an opinion" i \n ap|Vo{>nate questHin 
(.onsidenni.' tfu- .-.fitiTuK .irvi articles 

Ihillarhtngtrnr.. "•>■ 

. Hfhm rt^uetl Ml letters are std' 
'■'' or hrmn litem ^^ MfiJin ihr. 



wnuencichyearanafaihy')' When 
aias the tarvey taken.' Was »i hool m 
jcaaiMi? i never heanl at<out it anil I 
«peiKi anwnd ^5 hours a week here 
\^hu.h p>e« haik U) wtierc is was taken 
Vmi nighi stutlenls even have the 
opportunity for comment on this issw ' 
According to the artKk. "Harper's 
p(]|iiilalH»i » m favor of a smoke free 
envitaaineiu. ' I lielicvc the only thing 
the real majority i»l Harper s pi^pulauon 
agrees on cs partying fmtty and 
Saturday mghts. 

Tile only thing thus Mirvey (irovei 
to me !» ihal a minonty of sttidcnu an 
chocKMig to rescind the pnv ileges of 
another minority o< students ( I should 
^y 01 this point lhal I ilo mH im. lude 
laiully menihers in this argumem sinte 
II IS addressed lo Ow Student Senate i 
W htch studrnLs are really the minority 
unthi^iuuc' I have my opuiions. 
especially d the survey were lo he given 
to night studcnis. or even if there wasn t 
Mikh a stxrecy involved with il. I've 
si-on cUtssificd docunk-nis that went not 
as well pnues wd a this survey was 

I believe smoking is a pnvifcgc A 
privilege once given, al least in a 
demOLracy . shouM not he taken away 
unk-« good cause is shown Rwm whal 
I have heard, the issue dial shoukl he o< 
(orcroosi unpiirtance in this controversy 
IS not even considered Have smokers 
» lolaKd the privilege eremgh lor it lo be 
rcv<*etn Aigm. tarn my experience, 
the answer to that would he no 

Mark .lamt* 



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Editors 



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Staff 

lemry IUki.i*, Jwrnr Hecwai. 

Slew lliU. M«na K>/wuik. 

Olm KunMh, Mike Schwrulicimrt, 

Mftry Wtllwai 



Overheard... 

"Did you see the 
thickness of that 
guys glasses? He 
should be able to 
see the future with 
those glasses." 



WHCM extinction 

The station needs a transmitter 



Did ycHi kmivy Harpiw ha* a f*^ station? 
Must petiplc don't 

I cv» pciypic oulsidt: of Sludcnl Aciiviiies know anylhinj; about WUCM. 
It IS a small "radio station " broadcasimg throujihout all of lovely Building 
A 

It viJU know ahout the station, do you care ' Why should you .' TinK and 
imu- again. I ve heard yiMi say. They never play whal I want to hear The 
DJs talk too much There arc too inany public service anouncinents You 
can t even hear the music, its drowned out b> talking during the day, and 
besides the speakers arc distoncd 

rhis radio statnw isn't really a r.ulin st.iiion al all WIK'M needs the 
abiliu to bn»adcast outside of Building A It has to mean something. It 
si.mds for nothing; ii docsn I provide scrsicc to anyone except the internal 
siafi Perhaps that is the reason it enists. but it would he nice it it fulfilled 
Mm-ie other purpose, you know, like a real station. 

WHCM needs a transmitter, or it will face extinction The station is 
facing a barrage of attacts fitim several sides. 

The game rt<om lenovatKm calls for elimination of the WHCM broadcast 
m the game nxim area. It is feartrd the m>isc will be a distraction flowever. 
music will still he allowed in the lounge and the cafetena. The new rot>m 
will be i>pen, as it is nt)w. so the music from the lounge will naturally drift 
upwards To prevent distraction, the volume obviously must be turned 
down lower th.m it already is m the lounge. 

This leaves only the cafetena to experience the listening pleasure of 
WHCM Unless the cafeteria is empty, or tvnly partially full, the music must 
compete with the volume of college students imparting meaningful 
infonnaiion. 

So. hs reirxideling the ganw roi>m. we are eliminating WHCM 
In years past, we were promised that WHCM would he broadcast 
throughout the rest of the campus via the Target Vision monitors This has 
not happened 

Also, there was once a iiitk when I ctxild turn on my cable iv to listen to 
WHCM That channel now camcs a real radio station 

It seems that WHCM is being eradicated There have even been rumors 
that tvcausc of recent complaints the administration wtyuld like to just pet nd 
of the station. 

Is this so hud'' Is this their own fault'' 

Receritlv there have been many complaints concerning the volume of the 
iiuisic. which IS odd. as the music is stvfter than last year liach year records 
are kepi ami this year Ihc volume has been down about 2(n from last year. 
Perhaps Ihc real reason the music seems loud is because we can't hear it. 
The speakers arc distorted A conteno would stnind mtirc obnoxious than 
thr.ish/punk if the speaker is bad enough 

There have also been cotnplaints about the limited choice of music 
plaved I'he DJs feel restricted by the harsh programing Maunce .Skmic. the 
Programing Director at WHCM explains that because of the diverse nature 
of the student body, the music selection is kept under control This makes 
sense as the median age of Harper students is around M) The station used 
to allow the DJs to bring in albums, but found the individual tastes to be 
extreme I nforiunately, this inhibits the station from playing a true 
represeniaticm of college music. 

A transminer would solve jwoblems The staff will continue to receive a 
hands on education Complaints would be eliminated The programing 
would he mtxe liberal. The station would be providing a true medium for 
sth«x»t idcntiiy. 

Lisa Aust 
Managini; Kdilur 





6 Entertainment 



Cabaret takes Harper Stage 



By Twri Vl 
Kdilor-i«-< lii»f 



Here, life ecs bccauuful. Ote gaU are 
bccautiful. even ihe ofchoira eei 
bccauuful ' htaM *e Gctmm Mania at 
Ccr<rm<»>e« in a Otmy OamaD nighkiteb 
HI pre W»U W« II Geimmy 

Yoong firU prsiKC on tiMff m 
ikimpy outfii*. "hile outside the cmBoy 
,i quickly being taken over by the 
prejudice »d evil o< AdoJpti HiUcr and the 

Nscip«ty. .^ 

Lm weekend, the BiHlding J Theatre 
was ukcn over f« a (c* hours by (timan 
nighulub oaten. Je*5 and Na/i*. Junng 
Harper CoUcge'i produtltoo ot ("aharrt. 

The rousital ccniers around ihc Uw* 
o« an American writer and a Briu Oi linger 
who (all in love in 1V?». before ihc ^un 




of the Third Rc.th (liriorJ Bnid»haw 
lR«*en Vorbrokcrt i« a »ecood-rai« 
novelm »ho leave* the United State* hi 
icMch ot m BHtwauon Att« sumbUng 
ihniqtiKM' E*''<H>e- •«: <>e»:Kies to travel to 
Bctha 

As he arfive* m Berlin, he meet* 
Emu Ludwig (HaioU UBoycr).a Ocrman 
ciujien wh.. drafu Bradstaws help in 
fmuuling g™^» ««»» the b<jr(J r 
tudwig describe* the conicnui of hiv 
at nylon* and mher producl* thai - 
Unwed during that er» 

A» a reward for hi» help. Lu.i 
o«ct* BradUiaw an cvcmng ai the "Kn Kji 
Club", the hottest night'^KH in Berlin, and 
MconuKMli hint tu the buardiag home of 
Pm**^ T^hnftitifT 

After meeting Schneider (Barbara 
Zwcifel* 1 thimung elderly woman, and 
her boyfriend. Hen Schult? (Ed Hellcfi 
B»dshaw «ti out f or hi» firrt glimpse ot 
ih.- Kit Kat CWh 

I here he meci> SaU> I« 
tHirah Anne Ro>JlM. a .ha' 
niybichib anger Irvim tngljnd Si^i i 
jrfen fiBgemaiU. Bowk, n im|»uUiw, 
ii\ and utterly irit^niiblc 
i^ohsesnodwwhhcr. 
u •'•- ■••five* al hit nsom 
in. Brad!.haw i» 
,!;cf a Imlt coojiing 
nises to he a* Hilicl •» • 
i» working. Bradsfca* 




Bart-r J Z«««* a«J Edd F-lw «n8 ■» CouWnl Pt-aa W •*>« • 



(RobWtRiamsl 



Rluciant when B<n»toa liicf idb »« *e 
IS pregnant 

As the nutucal conunuet. wc tee the 
petfeci romwcea «« wi" apart due to the 
I Naziiiin in Germany 



The MaMcr ol Ceremonies (Robb 
Williams) rotwes the show along with 
musical numbers that portray the gradual 
uriiMivcr irf the Na/i party 

Williams IS an almost icmlying 

ffpfcsenution ol the crwily and evil of 

icr and the Na/w Hi» vokc uvd fatal 

rcssKJO* (even through the start »hue 

!.,.i makeup! are uMid very eltcciivcU m 

paunf the mewage acmti^ 

VorhrokCT and Royals are cx.ellem m 
their roles They made a wonderfu 
lovmg. bclievabk couple and pUycd well 
oftofeachother 

I wa»espcctall> impressed by Royal* 
performance She radiated with the encrg> 
and enthusiasm that i* absolutely 
necessary (or the role of Sally Bowles 
Royats alio brouglte her own touch to Uk 
character, without trying to copy the 
pcrlormance of l-i/a Minclli, who made 
the role famixi'^ _ 

Mowi^'i 'h<" '*o »^'*'* ""^ '**'• 
UK show *cic delmucly Z*ci(cl and 
HeUer. The piur waa mcndibiy charming 



and certainly won the hearu of the 
audience They make you leave wishing 
that Schnerfcr and Schulu were your 
glwdparciKs- 

UBoycr and Julie Moncek (as 
Fmikan Kost) aim did an exceUeM job m 
their roto as the shows "had guys". 

The pcrfonnancc* of the leads were 
hacked up by the talents of Michael 
Desens, Paul Donibrowski. Kerry 
Glomski, Judy Ru«vich Klingncr. Sean 
McClanahan. Jennifer Ocnisc Peterv 
Dwighi Powell. Lisa Ra//ano. Salvaui 
Rodnsuc/ imd Elaine Witom. 

The CAM as a whole did an cscellcni 
K* in mainuining the necessary accenis 
VcmsiMcnlly This is a difficult task !..■ 
even a jrofcssional theatre company. 

Cabar*! sull has three more shows 
Yoo can catch it this weekend on Friday 
and Saturday at H pm, and on Sunday al 
2 W pm For uckcls or more information, 
contact the Harper Bo» Office al J97- 
3000. e»tcnsion 2S47 



IBM's On Campus! 




November 21 

lOam- 1pm & 4pin - 6pm 

at the 

W.R. Harper Campus Bookstore 



"J'iBI^Sf^ 



tor more information on Student, FacuUj 
and Staff Savings contact: 

W R Harper Campus Bookstore 
397-3000 



How 're you going to do it 



uf 



PS/2 it! Come to Demo Days and save on the IBM PS/2 



M. .1 th. niM IVrwinal Sy.««i»/2" 
ana fin.) out h.iw eauv it i» l« a^ Wilh 
the PS/2*. y.>u can gri yiMjr work tlone 
and slill havr lime for fun. You ran 
i.rganur si.ur note*, wnle and reviae 



your paper., and create amarl looking 
graphict m make a good report e*e« 
better. And be»l of all, you ran get a 
PS/2 at a apecial atudent price that a 
more than fair. 



^4ovember 16. 1989 



Harbinger 



Entertainment 7 



Jesus and Mary Chain automatically brilliant 



»y Stt>t Hill 
Staff Writer 



Jim and William RchI »( Tli« Jnwt 
■nd Mart (dain hjvr hern ciilling 
IhcmscKcs brillianl fix italic a while now, 
and they jre actually aurtn^ l» hve up Ki 
tllccUim 

AatMsalk. by The Jestn and MUry 
Chain, it one at tlie mu«Kal higMif hia of 
IQHQ. moR eager lo he trailed a clasuc 
than eiihor tif the prcviutu JAMC alhMiUi. 

Marking the miikllc ground between 
the wrcechmg feedhack at their dcbul 
album PsyrlMtcandy, and the surpriAinif 

I of \Wr% Darklaadi. Autnmatie 



riphi amount nf nnpinj! 



itvtUi-i) »iui p<)j» ni»*t. marvcKiuM) iimi-.i 
chord changes, aad oAct ibuiK* AM malii' 
a great and menmabk lactsit 

One of tiie uadenwlts of a Jesus and 
Mary Chmn wng is the ahicncc of a 
chonis uniil ihc very end of the «Mqt. 
imtead ol alternating cbiirut with venie«, 
as iMost MMigi do. Thii IS c|utie a unxiue 
way of songwnting that was used to lU 
best efleci im thctr 1987 tingle. Ilitppt 
W'Aea /( Kiun.1 ll k evidcni an the cuneni 
iiingle. Btuti From a Gun. as well as 



other 4.UU Ifiini Uk" n * 

i t» Coast mvl III' 

The sItHini tead- 



jiij I'lii, Auiomaiii ., .• 

suangety mi amhig^.u^ 

MMielMXk. I...,. M.U iu Wire or Skiny 
twni dMH <^<>« iiMtt amt Mary Chan 
sangt Tlie advantage of confuting I"" ^ 
IS that ln^tead of dcKnhing uKr 
*uh literals, they (ortc the liii^-: 
create their o«a imagery .. to fdl m ihe 
btmks. so to s|ieak. The songs spcjii 
freely and angrtty about drags. ^^h(M)n. 



\ . ami anything else that people might 

.liiflcnave. 

Jim and William Reid have an 

.1 repuiaiion for music that is 

^ iiei all the iimc llieir persmul 

r. )'yi.ia.>iis Kit booztng and occasionally 

V lok'ni Ivhavior need not dctntcl from 

af^rccutiun of dieir musmU talent They 

know when lo be sure of lk'mi.clvc% and 

when not m be sure so sure Their 

<i.li'n<.c in this album inhabits iho 

Kii lilic J living thing, and ihats just 

one more ingredient that makes 

Automalir and excellent feast for the 



PEANUTS celebrate 40th anniversary 



B« Dan Pisxcnk 

(iuest Writer 

I In Ocu>bet ;. I'l^'i, ', tix:, . >•• 
' caiiooa strip. fl.*M is 
tod in seven newipapc 
PKANI'TS .■nnuv ^Inp is no* i. 
nH»si wtdels s\nJu.iiCtl comic ^v 
^i oscr 2i*< ■• 
iHinuu's 
in Ocu-r tl 

Bnin In M m 

Cartitos. In L«.i.. i... ...... .. v .....lus 

Niger, but miiKoM of us know him as 
good oU wi^ «tHhy Charlw Bxura 



II 1 I't VM IS that the 



f 1 111 I 

Mirer *I!^ ■ 



anu I inu* i>riMH 
Haakoi. Snoopy .i: 
fantasy at be si; 
many perusnas 
flying ate. Joe 



V . ;jri!\ 
ii* ik'ttm' 



A : 




Leaded and aullior 
isf "It Was a Dark 
and Suxmy Night 

In IW>.S CharlK- 
Brimn md the gang 
made iheit 

television debut 
vkinning iheif fif\i 
"I SIS femmy 
Awards for anuaaed 
specials Since 
IMft.^, over 40 
aiumala] 
Pf Wt IS 
Sv.ij! hji. jircd 
.10 ynnw linu' on 
("lis. many 

K-Liiffling classws 
in their own nght. 
After all. what 
wtwld XjJknkccn be 




Th* PEANUTS 40lh anniMKiary lego loaliitoittwn<tnth»90s' 



without the Great Pumpkin. Easier 

»uhaM Easier Beagle, llumfcsgtvuig 
* ithoM a dinner of p>ipi»m. ice cnsam. 
pri'Ui-t^. ami jelly heans. or Valentines 
Diiy wiiliiHil C'harlu- Brown running 
after the little nsd-hoirod girl? 

tn |<JOO lo htghlighi the 
anni. , !•» s M i \ . 

sp«. 



Happiness" theme and anniversary kifo 
will be utili/ed on pruduct packaging, 
hang tags, and P.U.P displays 
throughout 1990 You can even watch 
out fi>r Charlie Brown and the 
PEANITS gang make an appearance 
at the next Super Bowl 

Leu ail wish PEAM I S a llappy 
■itiih Aniuveriar>' 



"TWAS A MONTH 

BEFORE CHRISTMAS 



Twas A Month Bcton- Christiti.is And The Mon.v \V.,s Ti'S 
ChwkinRThf \V.int .\ds Each Dav And F..Kh \n;!n I c\.u 
And Take. Shorthand, Run A IXT It s True . Bui 1 VV.tniiAi To \Vi>rk liiM 

1 .11 Chnstnu> Was Thru, St. I Signed Up At Olstt-n And As i \ikK As 
a>uld Be. Tht^ Found The Right Job . And Thorc Wasi, t A hv \.ns 
I Wcjrk WTten F Want To, I Have Time To Be r-r.v And 1 l.i\ o Pk-nu 
Of Cash, Merry Christmas To Me!V 



CHRISTMAS 
AT VENTURE 



I- y !• ! CASHIEIS 
rf'Tf^[H SALES FLOOII 
muuiyji<)m<^ ASSflCWTES 



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FOOD SERVICE ASSOCttlESii 



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8 Whafs Happen ing 

Hungar MMM Pm- 
amuions, A24ib 
9«n-3pm 

CrtM Amcncan 
SmokwMt 



HarOtnger 



17 

Student S«nai« 
MaMing. I 30pm. 
A241a 

The«r».~Cal»rei~, 
J143, 8pm, %3/S 



Saturday 



18 

Dinner Theair*- 
"Cabaret." 6pm 
Dining Room BWg A 
»I2 50 Play, 8pm, 
J143, J35 

Midwest Bowi-Harpaf 
at Trtton. ipm. NoT' 
Imandatt 



Sunday 
19 

Theatra-"Cabar»i,- 
2:30pm,J143, $a5 



Thwaday 

p3 

I Thanltsgiving re- 
cess-Classes not in 
session thru 1 1 26 



Novemberie. 1989 



Tuesday 




28 

Leciune-iyiark 
Mathabane, South 
African best-selling 
author: KaHir Boy 
"South African Apart- 
held and Lessons lor 
America," 7 :30pm, 
J143,S2/3/4 



Meet Senate President Kathleen Munson 



By rkytlh Btmum 
Happfaing Fdilor 

Kithtccn Munttui wat 
elected prcMdciu (rf ihc Studcat 
Senate a few weeks ago Sow 
she wants ilic stuilrni txxjy u, 
know that her irffM^e is upm h, 
aayane who *tnM like i« ulk 
to her. 

"Oomg here." she sud. "I 
Vcl nnJy a imall group cweii 
•hoiu what's gmnu on We 
aecd more siudrni 
mvoivemcni. Us a s.hix.1, mn 
jtBi a pbce ID ulu: (.lasses 

"For example, our ttiutKill 
icam IS m the pbyoffs and 
ool) 50-60 people (to I ilunk 
'I Jays something abuui 
invohwmcni lierc " 

Munson does nol 
however, feel ihu pr<*lcro is 
umolveattic. 

"If you say you can i do 
anything aboui the 
mvoivemcni problem," slic 
sard-'ltui* apjihtUic ihais pan 



«>r the pruMcm Some of ihe 
senate feels that way but I doo i 
Ihmk liui II IS true ' 

Munson a full timc 
studeni with ., \ < OPA. Uiiivks 
more siuilcnu should gel 
involn-i) Ml asiiniics 
Munson. lurscK. is m Ihc 
V<>ung Corporate Aihicvcrs, 
Ihc PotiUcal Ssicnic Club and 
•he ProiEram Board m addition 
lodieaeiiJHc 

She IS also Dirct.iur nl 
Rcscareh and rx-vclopmcni lor 
FormuUMof . a company run at 
Harper thai sells dental 
eijuipmeni. and is on ihe 
Curriculum and Kaculiy 
F valuation Rcvic* which 
updates sitiilcni opinion 
surveys and serves as an 
ailvisory vonimilice lor coonc 
ai:ldiiiiiin an] changes. 

'Students can learn as 
much from aitiviies as from 
claMei," »hc sjij "Older 
Madeaii doni h.iw many 
»liviiR-x hire h Jivsn I Liic 



mwh Ml' ■ ■■•• 

week, 

aclikii\ 

^ t ' U II c 
A4hu-\rfv I 
^|>eaki'.' 
anvoni 

Ihcm, ;h.- 
prcsidenix 

corpiwaiions and ihe conuiis 
inade here can help in the 
ouLsKk- world ■ 

MuRMin would like 
anyone who shares her 
concern*, or others, u> cimiu- 
and see her "Twenty fnc 
thousand people have nice. 
ideas ihan one." she said. 

"We have a really good 

Kn>up in the senate." she laid 

They re neai tioticated wd we 

»a»t to get Blot of ihingi 

*»e." 

Munson wanes the student 
body ui know that she and the 

senaie warn lo work for the 




Kaihl«#n Munson 



OfTice Hours for 
•"resident of 
Siudrnt Senate 
kalhlrrn Munson 

Tues: 1 :30pm- .'put 
Thurs: 9ain-Nt>on 
Fri: I0amll:30ain 

AnyiiBe with *■> 
cnmmratt or qartitions, 
frrl free to stop by the 
SlndrBI Senate officr. 
A.1.t2, or rail Munson at 
rslrnsion 21*4. 



$ Don't Be fl Turkejj $ 




Put yourself to the test 
Bnd ujork for the best 

Apply before the holidays 
find match the money 
come your uiay! 




sen-"***"'' 



fSSfCi^S^^ 




Harper orchestra 
announces winners 

The Harper College 
Ssmphony Ochestra announced 
ilH winners of its Uiird annual 
> "ung Anists' Compeiiiion held 
onOctolicrW. 

The first place winner was 
Eugenia Wie. 14. of 
Schaumburg Wic won a $iOO 
IS Savings Bond and an 
tipportunily to pcrfomi with the 
symphony on Sunday. February 
25. She pirformed Concerto «l 
in D Major by NkcoIo Paganini 
on the violin and is a student of 
Mt Pinsiiocl resident Bettv Haas- 
Khunkt. ^' 

The second place winner wh 
Soyoung Kee. 17. of 
Schaumburg. Koc won a $200. 
US Savings Bond. Kee 
performed Edward Grieg't 
Concerto in A Minor on the 
piino and is a studeiH of Emilio 
Ucl Kosario ot Chicago. 

Fifteen musicians from the 
Harper district competed, 
performing on the piano, violm, 
lloie, clannci and French horn 
T\k compctitKMi IS held every fall 
for students in the elementary 
tumor high and high school 
Harper disirKLs 



Bakers Square 
790 W. Flififtiiis 
Jloffrnan Estates 

- or- 
1755 Algonquin Kd 
Uolhng Meadows 



"Hi. my name is Brenda Potter. 
I'm currently attending Harper 
College and I also work for Bakers 
Square. 20 hoiu-s a week as a wait- 
person. The $200 in cash I make 
helps to pay for books and tuition. 
My work schedule is flexible so I 
have enough time for school and 
myselfl" 

If you want to earn extra money and have fun 
contact: Pain, Brian or Sandy at Bakers Square 
IH . I fi nan Estates. 




Mike and Yolanda at Bakers Square. Rollini! 
Meadows. 




What's Happening 9 



BACCHUS comes to Harper 



DAWN will be holding a 
forroalion meeting of 
BACCHIS (BcHvsi Akohol 
Cooaciouums Concerning ihe 
HeaMi ol Uiwve™i> Siudenisl 
on TuBMtoy. ^tove^nher M « 
):M) pm m the A^15 bowtl 
(Dom 

A national organization 
with over MKt affil>»icil 
chsNcn throughout the l'nlU^d 
Stales. BACCHUS i- Je^.gncJ 
u) incwJM* i^"' '" ^'•■"■'" '*' 
vhMfiai aU 



I.VMV^'KtWI th 



.kill% 



Siudcnu play a immieb 
cttctiive role. unnutchcJ b> 
proJewonal cdutaior*. in 
encouraging iheit pcei« t' 
ci««Kltr. ulk htinc>ll> and 
vkveUip rcawoablc habti* anJ 
.iiiiiiwtrs u>*a/il the u*e ol 
akohol 

Chapteit allilijicJ »nn 
BACCHl S arc . >«wcnu:J » iih 
the hcjllb o( the -lu.Unu i! 

. -J *iifi 
,,il»jl «kvisi. 
,nA mipiiw: tt 



AA group offers 
two new sessions 



NOW HIRING !!! 



the Norih»csi 

Oaki Group o* Alcohol". » 
Anonymous «ill hold an 
initai closed meeting on 
ThuTidav. Novcwib" ^' "> '"'' 
BuiUtngAcalcima 

Pal C oi CM* F«»«'« »'" 

^.,V ,n.l i»ii ^WKMlv »ill hf 
.otmi: 

iml th»' 

rt-vuLB nw. 



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prAixc 



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Do Veu Wartt VISA * MMtarCsrd 
Crman Carfla? _ 






. r.u:<ri ci 
at noon 



inlotnutmn 

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Mondiy evening »'k5i? Tiul* Ti>. 
Kpin C.11 e.iw.BO- 
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An otdlnerxJ becomes a rtw neiO»*o'' ^ _^ 

wo-fP h-nng no« 'or c»ir ne* .tore at 2545 Schaufr*urg M 

Host Ho.l.tt Cr.w PMpia 

Malntananct («|»»clal b«n«lit«) 

Our McDonald'* offtrt: 

.I..IKI. hruira • UnHortti* and meals provkJad 

SKV^ri,. . prom and ..och .har.ng prgm 

S-t" waoVr.:..*. ■• *dv.nc;m.n, opportun.,... 

'^ " Full Of »»»r1-llm» hours 

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At th. eomp^ton ol »ou, Int.rvfw ,o« -m r.e.Kr. a coupon te, a 
FREE larga sandwich 

HERE ON CAMPUS TODAY ! 
Building A 




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Low-Cost Woman's Health Care 
Pregnancy testing L referrals 



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SH North Court. Sulle 100 • PalaUn. • 359-7575 

Daytime, evening and SatufOsy Appomimenls 





MATTHEWS 



PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOniENT 
SPECIALISTS. INC. 



al«ay« ar^ aflval opportunity •'■"ptoy«' 



ATTENTION HARPER STUDENTS 
AND STAFF: 

Matthews can help you f.nd a Pf »»;^t JJ 
,n tune with your chosen field of interest. 

PEBMATJENT OR TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT 

AVAILABLE 

Serving the Nor.hv.est Sut>urban Area lor over .0 years 

SPECIALIZING IN: 

. Support Start • P'olessional 

. Electronics • Ba"»^'"3 ^ ^ 

. Manulaciuring • Data Processing 
. Sales • Management 

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WE KNOW 
YOU'RE A STUDENT! 



Restaurant & Bakery 



^ W hen sou wt^k wiih us. w-e work with you. 



Welcome home to Marie Callender s We are an upscale. Califtrnia-based full-service 
restaurant and ue re mox in>j into the midwest. 

As a matter c)f fact, were moving in )usi down the nud at 111 East Algonquin Rd 
and we would like you to help us bring our succvj^s lo xour home town 



Here is what we offer our employees 



NOW HIRING 



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• FLEXIBLESdlRDlil.ES 

• ODX^PFTITIVF WAGES 

• RIN WORKING ENVIRONMENT 

• TEAMWORK ATMOSPHERE 

• CAREER OPPORTirNITH-:^ 

Stop by 222 E. Algonquin Rd. 
(Just East or Arlinjiton Heights Rd.) 
between 10 am and 5 pm, weekdays, or call 705-3886 

Welcome home to Marie Cal lender's. 



Servers. Hosts/Hostesses 
Bartenders. B(X)k keeper 
Bussers, Qioks 
Bake/keitle people 
Prep QK)ks/ Dishwashers 



iqu«l Oppnr liinitii Implegi I II. i 




TELLERS! 

Apply And Interview 

Same Place. Same Day. 

Full-limc- and Part-Time 
Htfxihlf Hours I 



MouvchoM Bank w cumrnily xrking enthuMasiii . >iit.iil minded, jwirfcssiorul 
Individuals I<. join us m any t.f ihc MIowinp facilities: W(H«lndj:c. Sihaumhurg. 
Iloltnun I vtjics I Ik (iruvc. WimkI \\xk. (ilcndalc Heights. (\tr>.l Stream, .Addison 
and Sapervillc Previous teller, retail sales w cash handling exjiencmc is a plus. 
If interested, please apply in person at our: 

CAKKKKOPi^MIOl SF 
10 am lo6 pm, Irida*. No»»nilHr |7th 
llOrSIIIOI I) BASK 
3"> K. North Avenue 
(ilradale lieighls, IL 

.Stop by to apply Wc II he holding on site interviews on the same day. At 
Household Bank, pan of the Mouseht>ld International CorporaiKin. you II find 
•dvancemem potential, hascd solcy on your abilities And some of the best benefits 
around Come and see for yourself Stop by our Open ffouse ( If unable to attend, 
please call Natalie Mallory at MM 67(W) An tu|ual Opponunitv Employer 



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November16. 1989 



Hartxnger 



Classified 11 



CLASSIFIED AD RATES i INFO Hftlp Wonted. Sefvlces 



StuOent personals up to fivo 
n©» ore 'ree Student nor>- 
commarcioi ciossitieds or© SI 00 
tor four ltr>es. oddiiionat Hri©» 25 
Commercioi ciossi'ieds or© S4 50 
for the first four hrws of pnot and 55 
ooch odditiOTiai 

D©odlir>e tor classifieds and 
personals i» noon Thursday Ai' 
ads must be prepaid, either bv 
check. Vso or Mastercofd 

The Harbinoer witi not be 
responsible for tvpoorophicat 
errors mad© on ads token over the 
phone 

For r.3»e$ and informotion 
contoct More Boik© at the 
Harbinger Office 397-3000. 
extension 7AtC) 



Help Wanted. 

MAIL BOXES ETC.. 

The Qrea' alternative, invites 
you to work with us over the 
hoiidovs at our NEW Woodfieid 
store ftextime S5 /hr 
responsible for foxinfl. pocking 
■;hipp4ng. counter wofk For turth«f 
nformation ond oppltcatior* coB 
accordingly Hoflmon Estotes 
Schaumburg oreo. 88;-M02 or 3ia 
966A Poiotine. Rolling Meodows 
oreo • 9«l W80. ortd Arungton 
Heights, Elk Grove Vinoge oteo # 
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For Sale 



H©lp worMd 

Ca»h«rs. J«w««fv lows, stock 
and warehouse Goif 4 

•• ■ • '-loumburg WBr'.'. 



O'Har© MMI company has 

openings in shipptt^jreceiving Full 
and partiimo everanos witt* on* 
weekend day required Flenble 
hour&days Can Todd attef 3 pm 593 
2139 



STUDENT AIDE 

Student Activities Otiice A 336 
Tuesday and Thursdays 12 noon 
3pm $4 00 per hour CaH extension 

2242 ask tor Susan 

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We offer fromirvg. cor Ollowohce 
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Fast accural© prolessionol 
woid pfoc©ssinQ/lyping. Term 

pope's thesis dissertations and 
more Specializing m required 
lormots Rates from S2 per poge 
Pick up and delivery ovoiksWe 
Call Donro « 982 1353 or leave 

20X dlicou*^ on oB lotoot foi 

faculty ond students Pieose srwsw 
your ID cord for speooi discount 
Sondine Auto.notiwe. Mobile 
siat>oh. east of Hondoy irvn. 3321 
AifloncMn Rd 398-08 tO fnc ond 
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AA MtCTINGS 

Off©r©d here at Harper 8 pm 
every Fridoy Coil tor mformafioo. 
397. 3000 K 2626 

AUNOM MEETINGS 

Help and support for fomilies 
and friends of substance obu»©«$ 
Meetings at Harper. Mondoys 8 
pm For mtormotion co« 397-3000 X 
•2636 

lEGAl SERVICES 
FBEf CONSOITAHON 

for all your legal needs; 
including. DUI. personol injury, 
divorce, af>d real estate Phone 
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12 Sports 



HartJtnger 



November 16, 1989 



Hawks fall to Chapparals 



By Lira NoMi 
Ganl Writtr 



Whal wM considered lo he 
the Harper Hawkt major 
weakness lumcd out to be iti 
wnrst nightmafe 

Dumm the Itunj quarvr. wdh 
Harper ahead U Hi. 0<llfg« of 
DuPlfe qaaneitiatk Curt Miller 
Miteed ike Hvper teconOaty m he 
pa.tied for 14) of lu* itame hXaJ 
323 ymds. 

That, atong with a 2(> y»d 
iniercepiion return (or a 
louctHlown h> COD litK-hai.kcr 
Dave Pallor «>n. lUincrnt ih. 
crashing blow tu the lldkki 
hopes of nepeaMii m Regioci IV 
ChampKHUi. 

With the 20 point %uige. tfie 
Cha(vparjl<i Knik the lead for 
good, t'vcniujily winning bvi 
SaturJj\ V tiilt ^onlcM .'"^ ;ti im 
Ihe Gkn I ilvn ^jmpus K) cj^Kurc 
iheu lirst Kcgion IV cronmnnce 
1986 



The win <iendi DuPage (4-2) 
10 Ihe Ro>il Crown Cola Bowl 
on Sunday There they will face 
I>i*j RrpreMrnlative Waldcwf tS- 
4;i ai the Umvcrsty of Northern 
Iowa I'NI-Donie in Cedar FalU, 
kwa. 

Harper iM- ^ ) will face Region 
XIII (13) Champion Normaiidale 
I'ommuniiy College ot 
BkWMniniiUvi. MmncwHa i*> I) in 
the Midwest Bo* I at Triton 
College m River Grusc vmh a I 
(xn kickoif .Saturday iUiemciun 

The fai.1 that the Xaukt 
ouigaincd COD in lou! 
(370 w J36) yanb rwh, 

141 13) and fi«l ilowni u. 

made thi.\ day truitraunii: \^ >ui 
made « e»cii nn'tc fruvtraung *^ 
ihe fact ih. re seven 

Harper lurih ):hied hy 

!i uf mterteiiiini!'. intni Chancy 
, U i.l U. Ill \anlsi am) Milkf * 

Thai hulls Ki.uiM il >i>u 
lake -d*i\ ihe iiii»take<i that we 




had and the hig plays thai ihey 
had. we could have won Ihe 
Kune.' Head CiMch Mm Bask 
md. 

Another key element that 
hurt the Hawk% ollrn»ively was 
Ihe ab^cnkf of All Region 
receiver luan Taytoi. who w«t 
benched by Eliasik for 
disciplinao icaiionv 

'1 think It hurt Jerry most 
bcoune it farced hun to throw to 
Iwtde receivcf I Joae^ a k;l more, 
but I thought that S^hcubee 
IClini Sihcul.d laylors 
rt-ptaLemcm; dkl a grcwrtjoti ~ iaid 
ii!hiFndBnaflC»oy. 

TTie Hawkn opeaed up the 
s^onni! when CTuwwx >f\iKl oscr 
(fi«ii ihc I *iih 3 I'"' kl! in ihe 
opening penod Tht« vulininausd 
a t1 yard drive thai wai set t^ by 
imebftJier Brent Haihohl tMwU 
inicKtptei « Miller pa!i<i ai Ihe 
Mmpa 34 yard line, itirn rtturiKd 
II mae yardi ti> Uie -ix only u- 
have It wni Kfck ! ' ■■ ' ■• i 
Ut<- tilt I all 

to It 

SickI 



4tn and .' •iiiiiatinK 

delay of gmte p< 

Harper inio aMKiapix.r. - - - •■■"1 

field goal. 

On ihc en^ijine altemiM hv 




Coacti John E!i«*« «*»•» a momara so »p»«iii •«> QB Jairy Cmmy 



•-■« " 'v*"'^ go»s c¥»' '""le lop lu' a louci-KJown in Saturday's gam*. 



•ufacc wait im 'o lame's Haywood icored his 22nd 

■ year by lca| 

'IC Ulttl I ' 

iticm on lop remaining m un ' 

warlicrcofnpU; 
^ ..» . ^..» the lead for ftom Cfuncy ( i; <.i.,i- j.m , 
line v>hi(i .Ml-Amcncan yardt h-uhn Ix'nih ui Jones. 




Running back Lotanro Buitar goM tor anoOiai tuocMahil run 



Jimat Haywood praparat H talia avatwa act«n. 




RRBinGER 



November 30. 1989 



William Rainey Harper College 



VOL 24, NO 15 



Ntwt I 

Ftaturtt 3-5 

Editorial e 

Eniartslninant 7->0 

Happaning 1 1-12 

Ciaaailiad i% 

Comic* 14 

Croaaword 14 

Sporia t5-ie 



Entertainment 



• Shedding the 
light on the Harper 
cafeteria. 

htittnger Food Cnllc Waller 
Koopy sampias «v array ot 
cafetaria detghls 




Tax hike approved 



Bv » rih Wnrwr 

Vw* Kdilor 



on* pri'lisicj Ihf pniiKtwd 

I, .. .. ,. (vfn u^^■^ :it the MiiarJ o( 
1 ru^l.'rv tth.-ctin>: <-n Nns.-niKT 1*1. 
vl.itmink' M,irixr ('t'IU-k;c tmi"N»\vil Ifw 
^tuiiTX'^l [xrvi-ni uu timm in u\,-. .Iiiiiiiv' 

7 IH'i kit iiKfca^tv * hah. Jul nm rfi|iiifc 
wnaappimM. 

The increas* hkIu.' 
f (lucatKmal fund» wu] 4 i <. • txrmi jiiu "i'>* 
imcrcsi Icvjr r 

Hk tnaid has Uk ualianty K> levy 17 >< th. .. 
I ''?i- for tOaeaimtat fmlMy mkI 7 lj?« for p'' ')>-' " v i. 



itfK-idlxw Jiki maintenan 
24« mtreaic 

.lariC". tcraus t>l 

HaqKT. 

fklwT U»i> k'. !m1 iikIii,I> ' ,1. Njl H 






,im Naid. "Harper 
intreav in mv 
■lllv U' I'jIjIllV 



Biurd mcmlHr MilKi. one of Ihc 
incmhcrs »l«' vmcj j^jinsi the increase, 

Ux in^n.Mi4" 

Harinr JiJ mx kv> prupcri) Lues in 
lU lirM 20 \i.»i\, injkinf; ihe rcccnl 
uKmaes aixeauify . 

Cliai^ wan (irM made in 1985 when 
Hatprr nxeivcd 3 volcr (vlcrcnilum u> nose 
il«- uu friwi IV pcf SIrtXtol priipcrt* to 
2Si per SKI*) irf ptopiTtv 

Since Ihcn. Ink-v h,ni' hi\ n Iin- 
f>lrcnte and hj\c imt ncoJoJ ,i n.hci 
rwliTi-rkluni 



Officer 

requirements 

changed 



% 



merican inequality 



B> tr>k Uur^r 
\«»i Fdilor 



Siudcni "Senate pa>'»cd j 
I iin-iiiuuunjl jmcndmen) 



rtHTlinjl. 

RiKMas Senamr F-ii Widte' 
pi'opased tke amt" 
(Kace making n 
OOB Bwise>, »h.' "i.i>u- 
preMdeniial hid «iih tcven ai 
ait-lia(f credit tKUTi Btnacy »j 
altiwcd h> run hrcauv eieipu u 
»ere allu»ed bv ihc i 
MnendkDcm. 

THe new rc«|uH. nktii 
iMin. wa> tmvtti » alter del>.< 
rihmN die propoied amendmei. 
ntuck MiiteHed a daM|c ui liirec 
iHHirt. 

Siadeni Trti«ice Dailen 
Ivarmn suppiwied the chiui|;e 
si» hour; l e« n K'tter. hi^. 
three tredil hour^' An iiffitcr 
!>tiuukl have to take at IcaM two 
c>— ft," said Ivarwn 

TIk new amendinem altown 
fur no cxceptMnt in number of 
oeda-lkMn ne^taied li« oHkers. 

The fcnaic wa<i in iavtw of 
die *Do eitceiKHMUt' rule, makini! 
the amcmfanent clearer than tiK 
"fi^inal 

We haw to ptcfc atuninhmi; 
and he ready to Mad iy a.' •auI 
Ftis steal F.thieMMn Se«aii» U>u 




I aitte calied AlcxwAa n hone to e««r ISO, 000 Mack Soadi Afhcans. 
I aa r wi ai t »*•»• dteiriciiy or pivad raadi. Ham fMaUy koaH* aK riiacb 
1 15 by t) (ml Fe . ic*idMi« havt bedK <iqr akep oa tvARMad man ea dw Boor. Yet 
i WW fcoBi dwae iw a d i t lo B i lo heciaBe a beM a rBt ag atdto ia America 

' of bneiw Kaffir My aid Kaffir Bay ia A a iiri ea spoke Tuesday 
I pan of a Ikmc Mfiet « Hatper. 

Mom of *» knare Ibcaaed oa dw t aidi ii oM ef facM m^Mty ■> Aawhca. Hawever. 

•&»9 I w aq u alHi - paga < 



Team members contribute to success 



Bj frik Mor/rr 
Vv>\ Editor 



The Hjirper C(>lirgc 
team placed third m u.. 
Richland College Speeeh 
TmirnamcM ithowing a itriing 
ciiimehack from ifee fm meet ol 
l^leyeaf. 

Many ttudeni« gave 
omstaadmg perfomuwces and 
'cceivcd high individual 



rankings 

Individual ;iiv<inir: 
Uiile Marsh. I '" 

f m pcr<io:i- 

I .li.ger. fttsi plj^ 

irul Inlonnatin. ki iih Milhr 
lirsi place i" i tumjsirjtufu', 
Hpeaking. Kalhs Hunaiilm.- 
fourth place in Duel 
ImcrpreutKm «id filth place in 
PrcMC, Michelle Pro/am. si«th 
place n iadividaal Swcepuaka* 



I'd (risi) 

, '■ ■' tc in Din-I 

Inicrpri , KuN^l.m, 

litlh 1 ^pee^h ii> 

I iiicruin. and ianue daitu, tilth 
plAC in Imprompui Speakmg. 

Sludcntx ciimpcimg in the 
touraamcfit earned poinLi lor Ihc 
leaM'i datd place iniphy. even 



il till s iliijn 1 leeene i individual 
.mjld 

Sludenl^ whose 

peffiitmani.es i uniiihuied 
iiKtudeil Kojjer Bieri. Uasid 
SpjJj Ihiinias I andmcier. 
Miihjle ferson. and Chris 
Arthur 

For more mfarmatian atinul 
Ihc Harper speech team, cimtacl 
Maicu Lttrcnu a( Extension 
2944. 



2 News 



Hart)inger 



November 30. 1989 



Students want grades without the work 



(CPS) Stuiii-tu.t uidav an man 

MHdingellaigbetteTpadcMhiaithrtf pnic 
omon. bM we BUR wdling lo chcM 10 |ct 
ikem.iiienaiKM'ipnifenDnMidHiaicoeaM 
poU 

Siudenu- «iid> hiMt|canB)r aeai 
voy food, lite prolcnan MkM m tile Mr 
vey. coadttcwt by ihe Cwncgie Foimiiuun 
lor dK Advanccmem of Teaching 

"Today's faculty prevM ■ dntxwn^- 
mtporuaitul tiudenu." uidCmegiePtcii- 
dHN EmcM BtiycT m the torewonl K> "Tlic 
GDMbuonot the ProfeuotuK" Aouudiuand 
Treads. I'Wt.'wlHtkwaiiiclMiedltov 5 

Of the 5.450 proteHon palled. 71) per 
ee«l sua ttiidcRU liavc ttamc mcwe grade 
comcnib met the paeA five yejrv hoi 4^ 



Inequality 

Cofitiou*^ Uorv pa9« ' 

Maiiiabanc did loot h on ihc Limdittum 
ke was raised in under Afwitk-id in South 
AirKa. 

"My lather nude iciidanHsaw«ck.Oltt 
of thai, five itollart *cm few rent, three In 
MTvival. and two had to be kc|i« on haad » 
bnbe polite during midnaglM laidi" Ml*- 

e explained 

His pwenu dKlii'i have a mam^ b- 

e . and were often vresicd ^Hl hniiq^ to 
praon .Wadutunc and his uhlinjC> wene left 
alone, not knowing whether their pntaMa 
were dead <» alive. 

He iv-mcmbcn «nmg dMMgk gartnfe 
10 find iMls of fond When they conhht'l find 
anyihmj;. ihov noulil a .nt in tmjat a dauith- 



Met peii.(«liaidiii«dciwacinan:tiiidvKiitK-^ 
and 55 pensM Mid MdcMsikxinly enough 
•ofMby 



"AboM Iwo-lhinh o( the Iol uliy say tin 
idrau arrill prefwrd for acadMnc 
bfe. and Aey cone lude their maitunon <pend> 
too much lime and mney leaching audrnti 
what Ihcy ihould have learned n higk 
■chool." Boyer wiwe 

The Midy. cimducied every live veart 
•omeaiaic (a-uhy mcnitarr\' feclng^t ahnii 
Ihnr hvtt. aMclado "PhMk olwauon. 
denyiie iM yean of fcfom. M Hdi pfodacmg 
n iwl w iaw e ly prepared tuidcnUK" 

The prof euun atw ihouisht Ihcv Khnoh 
should cmpha«/c gjvng •amkms a braid 

w^eme fof kMlet oT cattle Mood. wkKii 

WMbaiiMtMiOMp. 

However. Ihinifh il in. Maihahanr 
never bck;ame hardened agtm^ whites Hit 
modier wa> his Uufc-'i rntivirauon. remind 
tng bim. There arc good whne pnipir and 
had white people. juM as there arc good and 
bnd Nack peofitc.* 

Whcnhc wat|»«aiaieMHiiKiiotarskif> 
to Iwiesiiine CoHege. he cipacwd Amcnc a 
10 br dillcrcm In a New YoA Tinted inter- 
vKw. McdMbane explained. "Tlic kmi> had 
two wtion*, one while. Ute other Mack 
Tkai xat o< shixked me. Tlw wti> exactly 



lihff jl i-dui jiion in\ir^ ol a nanuwcr. spe 
ciali/c-d traininn: 

In Ik toiler, die NatMool Endowmem 
tor die Humanities wparately ivsucd a call ui 
aker aH nudcnu' graduMion roiiuaemcntt 
10 aclude 50 honn o( lihcial ant cliHa 

The pratcsKin in the Cantegu- poll felt 
hcucr abuui ihev campate;. dian dicy did 
al<oM their ttudenit 

Forty mne percent oT the profeiuort 
called ihcir tchnoh "wry good" pbcrt m 
w(vk.upfrom4t pcKeMMIhe I4H4 survey 

to addition. 75 peaoni ol iIk full time 
profCMort suncycd ihiHjcht Uieir iniuiu 
unns wcR providing uiKtcrgraduaics w iih an 
"exceiieM" or "Ivncr than aicfamc" gen- 
cnl«diK«ion 



MadHhneliMtedMlAMencMihitdic 

.ome auuudct abotd tctregalMn ai SoMb 
Alricani rhediffewnceitAaKiKakaacivti 
nglMi legMJatMin. atd Mac kt can trwiic emJ 
the srgltKalkin i>i h«>inK' Ijnious. He kvit 



llMri cammumcaUim between Maciiv and 
whues opens iq). racism m America vkril 
continue. 

Mathateoe iteb «ningly dial the- ; <<n 
vrtausm on today's cotlefc ca»pu>t-- ix 
stningly weakening Amenca't MKieiy Ik 
iicvin(! dial H\ lal atUvism is at an all umc 
low and It hat allowed "lauim. texism and 
honupiiabitm to comide the mural lahnc o( 
ihM nauun." fai hit New York Timet mier 
vrw he ctmoienied. "The spmt o( conscr- 
vatisin that has gn^Kd siudmlt n roUly 
iKtowig when you come to dimk of « 
hecaiiK H has enabk-d to many yaiw|| people 
to iiMIci dni you must, during diote >«»v 
bcdealntic Youmutihatcacauic. Dun i 
feemhamcd when people call you radical ur 
faheral bc«.au>c you believe m lunicthiflg 
Your wiUingnesa to Mand alone, to t^urii 

tHrt, K lh«' llOV ItMMH mJv^M»0 '■ 



Di<l tfou hnotv ... 

- By calling public 
[Safety ai extension 
2330 you can be es- 
corted to your car 
after dark. 

- You don't have to 
fear a dark parking 
lot - call Public 
safety. 



Thn iwuiga w brougM 19 you by 
S««»w« S»nit and PuWc siniy ; 



i For food reviews that hit 
the spot... 

Harbinger 



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1 10 m iiisi m mm" mm 

- BUGS # Om IN HOUYWOPD 

h il m /IT m R/)CEs w/THt h/im bws 
t THE mmiijm or mRm mmhmM 
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November 30. 1989 



Harbinger 



Features 3 



UaIa IHE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD *■** 



Ijeanne Pankanin 

I Oirn-lDr iif Siuiiriil «ctl>itlr« 

iMhal lir<wil.i .mi h. Harper- Ma^vr .i. :„.. r.r.. p«*.w«.i 



I Wk.i do .!« rojm nuM .i,„ul tour jubr 1 j„c aj, .fcvm«,. u» 

I miM «KJ .BnBnfii)' my boM rftad, B», 

MacrmpMikmial. l<vaMuKliM>iwmtiHi«»«<tS17jlia» 
iiijiiTifiJtgic Hiiprr fUdrm 

.■r lilt - your K'M„-n.,h;D •i* Gnt ml »i||| n]|lk 
I SUkc unie Tor mhi j,)c ^ ^^ 

ll-'TT"'"^''"^" ■''n«"«««rtwt«W,Bi«. 

iHBbhtrs: -r.,, n^.mmi^ptoyiBt|Sli«»l»d%.l«;h«|llWVI»^, 

Bonnie llenrv 

— Pk here »» ,«y jckI «d dm. | fa., aiBfB«»d ^^ 
rnUHion 

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I GnMBi aKmpHikMM: My btc amU (^ lUHliiBd Md ckfldrm 

I ouKhine c»tTy!hmj clx t have achMwI. 

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*«»lr. ftic ^wkiih: Be n«,Nr n ihc «l«i)<n of ww omMM »( 

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F* ml ilw «vji>yincM of xirkiim •" •" «-«*miM »«in^ with ihr 
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•mkmi w« . Head oTTniOM* aid akmrnnnum »ludi «» 
praiiiy hrinf oHiiciy iiontti ant ofMi ■!* UK nMtu. 
Gmlal acrnapllikaiiM: a« • Kavlt ,i«niL l ,„ parful fat 
l«vm» f««»di»ocluJ*m »ho hi»t lurvwed ilw unuJ hwn,, art 

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M< ytnr cmira lo hr <uixn>6i|, rimuMtiiiimi yy^, hotMW, aki 




J««nn« Pankanm 



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4 Features 



Hartxnger 



November 30, 1989 



Costa Rica internships offer educational experiences 

Harper students gain cultural knowledge on one-to-one basis 



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In CiKta Rica nday die icin- 
poanire is n itic cighucv Tra|Mc«l 
kilris fla duuugh the muuMito te- 
ens while vacaliuncn smfie dM 
heaOtei of tte Cmbhun am] Pa- 
cific comul Sound like a nice place 
for a ihRc-RMMkaccrndned mera- 
ship** U w. yoa nqr araM lo ioek 
iaiDapnigiani hcinii ihmu|!h N(*ih 
•MMIB lllinon I nivcrvly 

In taxiay's glotnal ccommv an 
undm^oandoig ot the culiurc and 
buMncss procolioes al otlM coiat- 
inrs a a necessity. An mensttt 
buBMia or tcMUKh inirm\hip is a 
mi MKI 10 one's educauon, uhy 
nni wrve H m a raaOy pleaam 
ctHinuy'' 

1 1 ynu have al taM lw> yean al' 
SponiNh opencnce. Miii pngnm 
may he for yoo. 

Cotia Rjca hat cnfoyed a («i>- 
wry of dconncy and nuuniaun 
cloie ue^iothc US The couniry ■ 
coRskkaedcMeafiketeaedKaiBii. 
iBoit \>ttmtifhimimt §t) lim m m 
ihe hcmitptiere. «« with a nouMe 
1% k of intcrTMl and liirrign sinic. N 
iiKiy awkei the news here (A 
nam exception was when the 
comiry's presidcm wcm ihe Nohel 
Ptacc Pn/c » One former imem 
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Un arriving tn Costa Rica (San 
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(acilitsttng language progress 

HoM companies arc matched 
lo Ihe metBs HHClcsis In the ptt>i. 
mrieMi him waked HI sue h rieU% 
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6 Editorial 



Harbinger 



November 30. 1989 



Letters to the editor 



Computer Lab Usage 



To Rick Makinc/ and ill lldrpcr 
students: 

The Writing; Center. VMn, mv lu.-^ 
all 'dudenis as »cll 3\ foully ami ■Half) 
to uv lis IBM pi s (luring iificn latt 
hiHiri While MuJcms preparing vtTiilcn 
nsisnmcni.s woulit he ((iven prKifity, it 
IS ntit iHir polls > III lum i<t,iy Miy 
MuJi-ni vtishing l» uv a sonipuier 
There arc 2 1 pc s in the lah and very k-^ 
times *hen aU arc in use. Of iiHtrse, the 
wniing icochcn wht> tuff the iipen lab 
might mit he aWc in effectively a>Msi 
thirsc preparing pmgrams or using mm 
lah siifissarc. hut sush students arc suit 
wek;i>nK' 

Rick. I apprcx laie ynur awccm frrr 
studenus. and I hope the ahuvc helps 
Pal Wfiilhold 
Wrlliag Ontrr As\Utaiil 



WHCM response 



Thu letter n sixKcmuig UtM week s 
edhonal utied WIK'M (-.xuiKtmn' 
Thankt for iJw artnlc The thought w:».s 
there, hut the way yiHi «4irdi'd ii »asn i 

I would like 111 straighten up a lew 
diingt aNHtt WHCM 

Firu. yes. it would he »ery 
henetkial kw WHCM ki have a 
iransmiuer WHCM i* an in-lKwie 
«latian Ttiere aren't very many of m 
amuivj anynuvc In fail, at the U>yoiu 
Radio Conlerencc two wodu i^o. 
simwonc asked. "Itow many of you 
have an in huuie lUKKin '" 

OMof hundmKol radwi 
only one Mhrr penan Kifuniei. 

One henelil WHCM iMf ««« 
inhouse sutions is thai wc bfOHicaH on 
cable. The ediiunal Ijm week mertuaned 
we didn t. Well, we do! l-a4 year we had 
a problem with Haipcr faculty foracMMV 
to fcl us on cahie 

It you haven I nxned tumeiunes 
we have pniblems with the faiulty 
WHCM hruiidLasis ihriiughout Building 
A. BuiUing A IS the onlv IsuiUtnf thai 
u dcdkcaicd lu the siudcnii a place mhav 
they can (U away fraradiear MiNlkci and 
relax. 

Why, then, arc we getting so many 
conplitims from the faiuhy > They are 
m die student irmcr The studertis 
should be able ui do what they want in 
their building 

I would like to quote my advuur on 
something he i nouoi i od about ihc 
faculty caa^Utm. If ymftt gprng M 
«i up a kmnmAnumimilm 
ciprcssway. you're gonna expect lo 
ancll some uhau.<i futneit " 

If WIKTM got a uanmiitlcf . we 



wouldn t have to bmadcait m the achoot 
anymore. 

WHCM n (ood enough lo 

hnndtant over the awwavcji We haw 
etiellem DJ v. outstanding f.K " 
.1 odlege staticml. and a g<Ks 

Harper College is a inniinutiiit 
college. Think aNnjl how wet! we d br 
aNc m serve the mmmunuy with a 
real ratUo station Mjrrxr new s 
community news, live Harjx-r 
spiirlviasis. the list is eniUcss 

Harper College is well kni>wn lot 
many things Why not he well known 
liw an e«ietlent railio station We do 
have the potential 

I'or now . dKxtgh. we are here to 
serve the students We have an 
exuemcly large varK-iy ol music more 
Iham you'll hear at another radio station 
We try u> comprormsc with evarywK 
and their cimplaims. I think you jthotiid 
complam when you have a reason to. 
(wi not when you just don i like the 
type of immc Itaal'i being played 

I hope everyone will work with us 
and get WHCM wme kind of 
transmiuer We lan 1 k-i us go to ViMtc 
Edilor. liisi week s aiuik' is a little 
pncmamre 
Diaana Dickioa 
UH< M Station Manager 



a smakict penecutor wdl loci when 
'cMchmg" an offender, who will then be 
commanded lo stop or Ui face fines. 
ripulshw. impn<innnK*m or job 
icrmifulHin' This woukl be insuiuuotui 
iniimiJaluin at ils worst 

As the c hair of the Ccmmitlce on 
1-aimcss lo Smokers. I urge. I unpktrc 

iht' H.irrsr , .MurriiniU rta\n slUOkcrS 

V- " lacuhy. 

Si.. , : in general Ui 

[iri-vtni this New PersivuU(«i" Wnic 
k< ihc FVesidem and Boarvl iil 1 ruslees ol 
liarpcr College and smmgly protest this 
new witch hunt Give m ^m day our 
small. ;-slncled. weii-vaiotaied 
iiTKikiiig area 
Larry F. Kenl 

(hair. Comfflillre ua Kairaru 
l« Smokers 



V Buikling has been a aoa-flitiAing 
huildmg sintT l'*''f>. Tobacco imMaic 
virus can he mnsmittod lo cetiain 
greenhouse plants via anake. The 
likuliy using V Buikling suppotua 
smoke lice envirvinniem 
Randy lilt 
( iHirdinalur. I'kM-HKI 



Smokers' rights Indian students 

respond 



HistorKally. ii appears that many 
patfki, ol diverse tvlicfs. backgrounds 
Ml iHaciices have had i« face Uiea lums 
a* icapcgoalk tit SOS lety k> pw:ify the 
aetd of a fanatical minoniy ol relormen 
Whether it he the Crusades, the 
Pogroms, die <>4lem Wikh TruK. the 
Imiuisiiicin. Ptuhibiiion or the 
Holocaust, mynadt ol people have 
aaffeivd pcnccuuon to satisly the punsi 
mentality And now it is Uic ham of Ifec 
smoker! 

As the throngs of Easu-m F.unipe 
bKak dK bonds of stifling personal 
miriciion to wmliip, lo work, tu vole, 
to travel, hi speafc. indeed, lo bve. we 
witness in our country an aUcmpt m 
ahnigale, even crunuuli/e. rights and 
pnvikiees that have obtamed for 
ceMunes. 

Such is the efr«i for a total 
pniMNUon ct all mwking anywhere 
wiitim ihe walls of Harper College. 
Thi« efTon goes forw^ird dcspiic the 
strenuous protest ol all snuikers and 
many lav muidcd non smokers: a goes 
forwwd on die ham of bidilea acenda, 
unfair wrveyx. one-sided reieaRh and 
die pertonal commitment of a smaH 
minority of power seeking anii- 
anokcn. Make no mistake about thai- 
dM |»wcr lo persecute smiAers is one 
of die loots of such oppressive 
Bwanaet, imagine the feelmg of power 



This Uiici IS heing i 
HI reply k> iIk- k-tiei published m your 
paper under the hcailing IndiaiW 
abaadun btMneiand It «enu unfair 
lo nrad such an article during 
Imcmanonal Wocii at Hatpcr As we 
know, America IS a ixMaury of 
foreigneix Sotne came in earbcr and 
aome later President Jimmy Carter's 
program during |U7(>.7V invttod udealcd 
persuns from countries all over the 
world, not only from Indu It was not 
m mchanie piDgiam or a short period 
pnifnm. bat a pcraianeni residency 
program This prci(Tani was msiiiuica] 
lijr America s Ivncliis and icchnological 
development needs li is selfish k> drive 
them out after fulfillment. 

Hard working and sirKcmy always 
works Now the not generation of 
Indian people who came hciv have the 
lamc uitellecbaal level that everyone has 
come to cspecl. They know the value of 
educauon Chinctc. Korean. JifiBacJie 
and many other commumttet aie well 
act by their own efforu. They alio 
tooughi tfieir culture widi them The 
Mme IS true lor Indiarts. 

It ii human nature to struggle for 
bctlcrmem of life Thouc who work hard 
get success Facts remain facia 
Indian ttadralk al Harper 



Clubs need 
offices too 



I was rocoiUy appalkd and amazed 
at the audacity of one of our diird Hoor 
Student Activiiies Adminislraiars. 

I went u> visit this wonun on 
behall ol myscll and the other club 
prcsidenLs on campus that are 
inconvenienced by not having an ofTice, 
meeung mom. telephone, or typewnia 
Not only is this a lusury that a lekxt 
tew have, but an insult lo those of us 
who wiMild uuli/e die office U' ii s full 
potential 

As I stepped into diis person s 
enonnous oft ice, compleu: with 
matching window ueaunents, 1 asked 
her what the pri>Kab4lily wa.s of me 
obiaimng an of lice Her uiunediaie 
leiponae wat sickemng. She began 
preaching of how many of die teachers 
on camfsus do ikk even have offices. 

Then why is it dial wme clubs arc 
given offKcs, while others are not'' Her 
reply wis that not every club receives an 
office becaiue 'the sihiiol does mx eitst 
on iheir hetag dicre. while die school 
could not exist without a newspapa, 
senate, a radio slalran, or a program 
bovd. 

To smooth things over she ined Id 
pacify me by offc-nng ui proof a memo, 
or Ihc o|>ponunity U) use die telephone 
or typcwnlcr ai die conlerence room 

There air already three clubs that 
f uncuon out of this room al<ing w ith 
two full-time employees dial use it as 
•ome ann of office A fourth club 
operating out of the oflice is abwrd. 

Harper politics have, once agam. 
prevaikrd by showing us dial ccnam 
cli>^:i receive special benefits while 
others do not. We arc diose of 'lens 
■nporuiKc'. 

StudcM AcliviiKs musi realize dial 
we may not use our full poientut 
without a few simple things Idle a 
memo hoard where future members may 
inquire jNhii membership, a.* well as a 
file cabincl where wc may leave 
wmrdi i m for our future pwiidcwi la 
leant DtMnoiir mtstakeaandHcccaaBB. 

Notonlydotchaileateaw 
adminiftmitm k) try lo function 
withoul an office for a day, but lo ai«> 
10 dnnk rtom using some of diote 
mdUms of dollars stagnaong in aa 
account towards a buildmg for us lo 
operate out of . 

La« but not least. I expect lo be 
treated as an equal That, after all. i< my 
consUlutKHul nght 
Jaciiueline L. Daaberl 
rood Serviee Service Club 
Prnideal 



Tkt llarbtHgt' wWt I Mier teatn to the ediutr and trpUei to intr tduoruiti Utters shmU br 2%0 monb orleu.amd ugmtd wtth a social security number StgHmwes wtU be wuUtekt 
upon request All letters are suhiea tt> ejitut Setd tetters i.> Hurpe' ('••llefe rrvm A *s7 ^r t„r,f tPwm M M'fidin fiir^nf * f rujby tbrtitg regular effkt hours 



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f*irmllHf- Aa>tmm 




Clarification 

The ftoventbcr Ih Prapl* in Vow 
NflShhwrlMMd comamcd an aicamn 
leipome fmm a mc-mbcr of die Colle - 
Ituk* .AsvKiaiion ol the Deaf Aniiv 
" ' ■ ' lUi s rt-sponsc to "In my 

-I was iirink-d "(if '*(o ' 

Her icsponsc should have road Play 
tng with mv ife-Kc " The llaihuiget 
.1'^ Vnunneoc lor die mis 




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November 30, 1969 



Harbinger 



Entertainment 7 



iShedding the light on the Harper cafeteria 







'MMMmmnHTii My moum woMrt and I t*n^ a 
Koopy. ttM Harbingtf tood cmc. dmM on a 

lit Waller Kimiijr 
liarbtHttr load Critic 

Since the dawn of Ihc firsl Khoot 
. afca-ru, 11 tiis been a duly of ihc ^lutkm 
:o muiie (un nf ihc food. A» a crUK. il >< 
ny duty to shed Ihc light on the acnialiiy 
. >( cafcicna food. 

For an entire week I spent a {;ixhJ 
;Hvuon of my money- I emphasue good 
portion and purcha.wd one meal a day 
(or the purpivic of clarifying the rumtwi 
aNwl HJipcr cafclcru fmxl. 

Surpnsingly. I Unind the runuw thai 
ihc food IS made of rubtwr and pyaAs milk 
Acrc untrue. I found the fivnl quite good, 
however, H was noi overly imprcs-Mvc 

So you re a (utttiine itudcm and aAer 
four hourt of straight cta^s leciurc mw 
need wmrthing to eat quicli or \oull 

.m^iktut . V\ In. K Jtv ) V 'U ^» ■ ' *'*. » a«i u i .a, 

of on»«e» for a giiud hot lunch 

When pwchaung a hiH lunch. y«w WK 
greeted by a ditplay of posMMe meat 
choices. This display docn not do the food 



II ow ' Proymg thn rutnore wrong. WalWr 
catnMria laiad 

jusiicc hc^aute It MU li>r hi>u-s and 
linjUy gtics »ule S«) haMCdIly. >ou have 
10 lalic vow best guc^s at which meal you 
would prefer The di.fpUiy'i dimi help 

If you decide you don't feci liLc hiH 
lunch, yttu can purchxie a me;U ji the 
lljrpcr tkli/vtUd line 

Ihis line allovtv you lo 0iake up 
your own vtndwuh i>r li« yourself a salad 
The only drawback ui this hrw.- is ynu pay 
by weight So il you f,i\ J vtljd with 
some wiMcrmckm. you arc actually ptyin|: 
more for the walemickHi 

But viy you re a ticum of conimcn i.U 
advertising and you need a Snirkrr« to 
saUiJy you Well, the cafck*na can pn>vide 
for your need and much more Btcryday. 
Hk cafcleria teu up a large display of 
dnwn* Mcb at cookici. pies, and chipi of 
an kindii. T^i' : _.-,..,.,.... ...-v .,,^, 

junlue. 

i dcciikd Uui I ' '»>! luruh 

None of the luiK h. ■ •• timd in ils 

lie dispUy liMiii ijkinj; nr. 

I chow the Chuken Incl 



Miin,! 

Hiii lull^ n , niv ! 

iCI llie lejsl (3M : 

.hi.. (i,.ri,,.^.-, .,1 

• art 
Melt 
unppcd gred.sc amJ JiJ mx mib. il .i(>(>;n^ing 
at all. UncsHAed looking onions ot 
etHirmoui sue fell nui ihe miVs almost 
tempting the caier n,u lo cm I .tlmost 
didtt't but bey, there an- starving ktd» in 
Ctiina. 

On Wt^bw^day. a Tlianksgiving fca.«t 
w«i prepared I ordered ihe Ham and 
Cbeew MBdwKh with imuiocs and gravy, 
siiifrmg. and pumpkin pw Probably the 
best meal of the week' The saml»nh 
melted in my mouth. Ihe stuffing made 
me lick lt»c bowl, and the pumpkin pic 
reminded mc of ihe wuy good ole Mom 
used to make il V»u Mmklnt di'ny tlul 
the cafeteria went all out ihis day fur 
Thanli!igivBig. 



U* I i.u. -»u.. . I ;«isc noi to get a hot 

meal. The otttcr lines needed a Ian share I 

iiixtr miv It .< Tiirke\ sandwich add got a 

- . • >- trcsh. as well as 

■■,., ■. :. 'n fact, ihc k-ttuce 

Aastlie Irv^txv! ; 

Harper .jUi tine '.heir 

■ 1 personality. Ttw^. Jtir; i ..^ 

i would msikc theni .m 

! Usie like Ihey *cre oui >ii a tug 

. Usie .uuiKial Jusi the same. 
.utiitetal or n*H ihc cookies were dcliCKNB 
and very a^ldicuve I get one now every 
tune t cat at the cafeteria 

It wM the l«>l day ill ibe school week, 
and ihcfC w» only one line I diitn't gel 
anything from- the salad line. I wa.sn't loo 
hungry so I tmly got some salad and 
wMcrmclon. Once agam. everything I Me 
•at very fresh and. indeed, good. 

Well. I ale ll.ir|K T caleirru food for a 
week and i m still alive, t gueui the 
lumon arcnt true. I found the food very 
good and well worth caung. 

The only problem I fouttd with the 
uiod was the price In one week (five 
meals) I, iHie person, spent a total of 
%\'i\a on sch«>J lunches. Thi« isn't die 
place you'd want to lake a date. 

My pockei boi4i may be hunmg, b«a 
ny MOBiach sure isi't. 



The Top-Ten rumors overheard in the Harper Cafeteria: 



10. "The food i!< made of mbtier and 

goat miDL." 

09 'The huntMrte*" *ff 'nmk of 

load kill NorcaUyr 

08 'The paper platCN aiv aciually 

recycled Harhmxfn." 

07 'Was Uiat tlvts vborking in dv 

Nclt!" 

06. 'I hear tiK cafirtcria gas a 

v oluBie da ow W on Bhck Fl^." 



Do Veti Want VISA t MastarCard 
Cradll Cardt? 



05. "Wi reiUty im food: It's jtei a tiny 

stunned Mumal " 

04 "lit anuiing what Uk carcieiia 

am do wtiJi SPAM." 

OJ. "Was Umi a cadaver 1 stm m the 

hack?" 

02. "Is thai a rai trap ui«lcr ihc i^ife?" 

01 "No Rally ihmgs taste bener 

live!" 




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8 Entertainment 



Harbinger 



November 30, 1989 



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Harbinger's top-ten musical picks 



By SU\t Hill 
Sufr Writtr 



Oace agJin u\ the end ol afMNhcr 
Ant yev and time ui oirer my ofMUon un 
ihe best alhums of ihc yes As I pmbctrd 
M Uk heginning of the year. I<>R9 was j 
pwd yew Iw iniisK...ii»K:h hcucr liMm 
t9n was. Last year I had in streinh u> 
make a wip irn liM whereat Ihi^ linit- 
aroiBid I have no proMem mokini; j top 
twenty li«. 

And now, my top ten aRsum pkk% for 
thr Tmal y<rar of the ctghuct 

i*l(H Xtmnt 

T»i»l of Shadinn 

A former 4AD Ijb i 
iHMd. Clan of Xymon drtippcd ihc lirsi 
hatf of their name and gained n »idv-i 
audience with the populjir alu-rnjuv.- 
traikii Bfiiuif/ciifH andCftienj.in .. 
wa« a big hit in the tlolvi ! 
cuccllcnt album, but their fiiM tmu »ci( 
excellcm as well 

rrar\ for I- rar^ 

illT Mctib uf Lutt 

Not ts hig of a 
diu|<(KHntmcni as I expeclcd after waiung 
l«r inur years, this attHim vet Cun !imiih 
uking a bit of a vicp bavk and Icinng 
Rolamt O/abal atsuair ccMUrai. Beii 
lrjt.lL Biuimuni Song. 

'«Hi The JrMKt ami Mary 
Chaia 

Ayliitatlf 

A brilliant iirokc ol 
genius from brinhrn )im and William 
Rcid who, dcipilc being akohoin.. vulgar. 



and had lemnercd, \till mjke grejt inu-.iv 
AultmialK IS nmsK-r ilun iKic last album. 
om they have ihanklulK Icli their 
todhKk -drenched ntus Ivhind 

«'■ Thr Mntrnanf; Pr*«a 

Bifg Vtumi l,«t 

There v beauty in 
'umpiicily. and the wmgi un Bird Wood 
Cage arc simple and beautiful Well. 
maybe 'bcaulifuf ivni the rifthi woril 
conmitnnK iw fieicc vacate and lyrn s. ihe 
drivrng be«. and the fimuc tnnar thai s 

liKlKd way back OT the mio » .• ~i- 

gels my vote for bett ungk- 

(1^1 lose and RiKkriv 

lust U) show you lll.i: 
I iiso and Roikets are a great band, this ■ 
|trobjbly their vkorsi album l» {tale, and 
ii V still great Some ol the iraikt stntnd 
> ' Daniel Ash. Kevin Haskinit. and 
r,id ) are sleeping, through them, but 
%i>ngt like BouiiJ U-r llrll hum wiih an 
in(in.-lKius intensity 

,ii<'l Ik« Ja/< BuU'hrr 

Bif Plani-I Sfurr. Pijafl 

The la/t But>.h.( tu- 
hcen making albums lor must ni ih,- 
ilecade. and each one ha» l*en bet; 
ilie previous ones Big Planet 
Planet it a mavierpietc It s ej 
best IP so (ar. with his vmal ui 
lyncal brilliance diining bright on mi. 
SOUK* •» f*' l*i:>f(f / W<M Lootint f 
mti Line nf Drcuh 

(•4) The Biar l«iilt 
Halt 

You ihou^hl the tsjii 



between Tears ^l>r Icars albums was 
k»ng' Try the gap bel»ecn albums by 
Seotianit's The Blue Nik- Their acclaimed 
debul album was rclca-icd way back in 
l<*8> Finally, mi year» later, we get 
anuiher album from them, and us every 
bit as gt«>d av their fir-a Even on Ihc 
upbeat Mings the incredibly melancholy 
voice ol Paul Buchanan makes everythmi 
seem so unbearably sad. 
{»%) New Order 
Ti-rhnitiur 

A triumph of 
prtiduciion. Technitjut' jusi happened In 
be a collection of the ni;hi Mings, played 
and sung |usi ruin .uul imi logeihei in (he 
right order I n w-hal you get 

*hi-n \oudiu-. i:lil. 



The Tlw 

Mind Bomb 

I nlilo 
album. Us jh~. 
U) Mind Boil 
tor »amlcrm(: v.<iiici«in 



ihf Sc-w Order 

-•^sible to listen 

brain shut off 

.cisei This IS J 



think iiiK persons album il ever there u.i^ 
one livery one of these songs packs a 
wallop, and detpile the fierce power of the 



lirsi track (and tKhers). you get the feeling 

thai MatI Johnson is sitill holding himself 

hack 

(»n The Care 

Disinle.ratln. 

Otkc you've heard this 
album a few times you start to iikip the 
nngkf Une SoHK and FascimuioH Sirert 
jut taCMHC you've heard ihent enough and 
they are the low points on the album. 
From Ihe opening notes of Ihe lush, 
majeslic PlaiHsong to the sad closing 
notes of I'ninles. Robert Smith and CO. 
have created a ma-aerwork through and 
through. 

Other notcwonhy albums of 19R9 
include releases fiom .Sirvir Ray 
Vaaghan and Double Trouble. 
Banktlalrnenl. Trisoaif Il.Prltr 
(iabrirl. and Breathless. Amoag Ihe 
biggi-sl disappointments of the year wen 
fivmcrly do-no wn>ng artists XTC and 
the Raianakrrs. Cicncrally vpcakm):. 
IW* was a great year for great musu 
I*-*!! liKiks set to be less cxcilmg than 
WS'<. but who knows what surprises may 
he in store Keep your ears open. 



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The SeiiMial World 


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The Mind is a Terrible Thing lo 

Tatic 


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Elvis CoMeUo 

Spike 

Nit/er Ebb 

Beliff 

Martini. Ciorc 

CoMBIrrfril c.p 

CoMTDllod Bleeding 

SoBCS FroB Ibc Askct 

Blue Blue Blue 

RrclusallucinalioB 

Marillion 

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10 Entertainment 



Hartxnger 



November 30, 1989 



Back to the Future again! 



By Joe Sucbkr 
Slaff Wriirr 



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Hir < B Ji ^ 



Batk 111 Maah ol l^- 

<ho»% thai tcnicr on iht ..-....;. 
ph. lure imliwrv. ion- aleitWflo 
ihc many lilms dm- :•■ ..i>mc iwl 
between Miiv ai a' 

"summer lequcl- ■•>• 

Induna Jone*. St." 'f*^ 
GhHslbuirters, Lethal Weapon avi 
James B<in<] film re rum 

N<»w, t'»W 14 turning Irom 

iK' ,i.ii..i„,. tif «Miucls to UK year 

, . WitncM Nattomil 

I jiiiiH«.ii s Chnsimat VaesiKm. 



• ■ "icJ *ilh !h. 

Ill Cllover J 
,nd MmI> - 
I ^Thi". tim«- 
11,.. ■ 1 Shuei 

ilK* ■xMiic ujm »ho nij«l, 
the ofijjinal fumrr jrc t<J^k 
RiiK-n /i>^ • 
Sti-vi-n Spiui' 

The \ioiwiin "1 tiiiuii il 
lit mtrcdihls U^t pjLeil S<i mmh 
•«» ihJI one » ivhc* trui-ling h*k 
in time *as possible in oiikr ii' 
piitk up "hat ».i< mK'.ed 




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pi liir a lc» inimir 
.; advanccmcnis an. 
.r.jjes There are evk-n 
^-queK in the future 

Dci.- Brown i> --till a bit 

■ ' iriv !■* stilt a hii 

ill) mallet *ha«aix he 

15 iiiscUier they whisk through 

lime and leave you with a huge 

finale ihjl ji'V-. from SO mph lo 

/I'lX' 

On niul niHe doni he m a 

ru-h 1.1 l.,ne when you thmk the 

':,!■. .111. ahout in roll, there arc 

,.;..■. trom part 111 due lo he 

ukaseJ next summer. lh-«ib: 



PMt« By »»'P* •••'•o" 



Let's talk Squeeze 



Kt I aril 
tdilor-i«-C'»Me» 



Il was a very mi»ed tiowd 
I (xAinc arouiMl. you tnulJ »p»t 
people from ages five to M) 
Ihe\ laine ilad in leather, 
sweaters. T shins, and even a 
couple (god lorbidl in neon 
Ahout the only thing the 
.Hsupants of Ihc Aragonne 
Ballroom had in common on 
\0vemhei IH was ihiv were all 
there to see S<|«««it 

A mcdHnre warm up band 
ttampensd ihe irowd s spinls. but 



at jam tiihey left the sage, ihs 

e»ciu;ment began W build again 

Sijuce/e didni use fancy 
cosiuims. laser lights or big sets 
ihev dulnl need it The hands 
Ulcnl and Glenn Tilbtmik s 
eneigy was all the show needed. 

After seeing them at Poplar 
Creek in I<»K1«, the perrotmante 
and the crowd at the Aragonne 
ama/ed me The Babylon and 
(>■ Tour didn I draw nearly the 
iiowd this years timt. Frank. 
ilid In fail. Babylon and On 
was, honestly, boring 

The coneen thi» year ww 



ans thing but boring SnueeJie 
moved through a mi> of songs 
from Frank. Babyloa and On 
and some of their older works 

The highlight came during 
the wng /.( " /-"ve" when 
Tilbrook invited the audience lo 
sing back up (or the band in two- 
part hannony. 

Squeeze finished the show 
with Hcurglasi. and and wa-s 
called back f« two encores, in 
which they played ;4iinie ^>l 
Your Giui and Tempttd. 




Stay tuned to oext week. . 

The Harbinger presents the 
results of the End of the 
Decade Survey 




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Tickets for the December 

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cJa« schedule ""■'^^«'"'8 

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f»na) examinaiions. ,0 he h,.lH 
<«"nn6 regular class pcyT"*^ 



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oegins Tuesday 
January 16 



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BEFORE CHRISTMAS 

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12 What's Happening 



Hartxnger 



November 30. 1 989 



Telephone registration set for 
December, January 



Telcphtmc regisirain'ii i,.r 
cla»«« at Harper Cnlkgi- *ill 
IJcccmbcr II ihtoussh 1-t .in,l 
2.}A and H Invm l(» am 
Dcccmhcr IS ami Jantun * ■ 
•i pm Stixk-nis r. i 
muM have their li 

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Tflcphiini' tt'^i>>traiion K Im ' 
siuit<:ni> v»h>> luvc ukcn i.n'i)ii > 
Harper and nc* vJmlini- ji^.< ti , 
apptuiUion al k-jM 
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of thi\ ycai « Ibupcr Collcfic ski mp TV 
inp u open lo Madenbi, (acuity. va4f aihl 
the gmerdl puMic 

Panic iponls will tciivc Cfiiaigo cui 
Immmy I. I*M) and return lanuary R. A 
ro« nf iS2\. per p<r«>ii. dottMr 
occupancy, includes round irip 
tr.inNr«>rtH(iin fnm ChKaga h) Denver on 

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tK'kctii and wckdme and tarcftell pjfUc 

"The lodgtnn on thit trip i'> 

, lonal." whI Dtn».ii'[ 
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on ihe niivunuin *hhh mean-. ii\ vcr\ 
.lost' lo the iills In Ijcl >iHi >.jn fo iiui 
Nour Joxt and Uii ni;hl >kmri lo the lilt'. 
no Kjiking. no wjiiini: Im j h.. 
you Ui the lift jroj 

SMamboM Spriimi i% a «i>iivi w.i'o 
wton. wttd Pattkama, 'in league with Vail 
and Aaipe*. W% a «kicf'<i haw^o There » .< 
village al the have nf the im>unum ... 
Ihre« tnik'v frum the «ill.if.-e l^ the toon 
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(iive a needy child a Merry 
Chri'.imj* bv calling Operlion 

1 hnMn..is4l SWOSVI. 

Holiday cards available at 
cancer society 

Holiday greeting card\ are 
ji..iil.iNe now al the F'aUline offue 
I iIk- American Cancer Sikkiv. 
! I ' \ Northwest High»j\ 

l-.iih order includes a 
loninbuuon lo the American 
Cancer Society ui help provide a 
halanced program of research. 
jTuWic and prolesvinnal education 
jmti service to cancer pjiK'nLs 

Call ?^KV6* for more 
intormaiion and lo teccive a 
hrivhure 

Art sale features students 

Siudenl artists enrolled al 
iUipc'i College wilt hold a pre 
tioliday an sale on December 4 and 
s from lOam to ^pm in the 
Buildini; A ttiideia centcf 

The aniiLt. sevcial of whom 
are featured in area galtenes and 
n.ilion>A uk* art shows, will di^lay 
ilu'ir work, ranging from funcuonal 
pottery to ceramK art as well as 
fht-r art fonni. 

'^lon n free Fiir more 
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Sports 15 



Basketball Teams off to fast start 

Men win 3 games of last 4 



Lady Hawks win 2 of first 3 



9j Loa NaiHi 
(iutM Urilrr 

When tir-iycar Mcn'j 
Ba.(kriball CixKh Paul Kasiner 
■•••pttied hit iqiud m he 
tompeiiuve mmI nu>hc «u/|inw a 
few people thn year, did be 
e»pKi lu have a wccenrul rciurn 
iwi his mvctunem thei c«ly ' 

Whether he did oc lun. he » 
g« one Arier an (1-2 tun. ihe 
Hawks arc on a hM streak Kmng 
mlo Tburulay ni|tH s comesi at 
Mc Henry wimimf liifce out of 
ihcif iasi lour gtme* lo even iheir 
■ •JW-VOledgetk. 1 3 

'I'm ctciled and vcrv happ> 
wift «rhai has taken plate w (». 
ihe CQiLh said. "Im encouraiicd 
by our iniensily I ihink iha; il 
has given us a good cflim eatb 
iimo *c go out on the floor Our 
pUycrs realize thai baikclbiill u a 
•«0 minute game not Jd or W, 
and thai it ukcs 40 minulct ol 
playing hard, getung ii together 
as a group and working well with 
each other as a team lo«nn." 

After opening kwses to 
Monoo (82 7S» and Waubonvv 
( lOM-62). the Hawks got to work 
by picking up their first win of 
•Ik ycav north of the Illmois- 
Wiacowm border last Wednesday 



night in the Milwaukee suburb ol 
Pewauiec over Waukesha Tcvh 
Wins 

In the game. Harper 
ovrRamc on early Hvnnd half. 1 » 
pomi deficit with thi- help of the 
ihrs-e point shot Im lu»kd in this 
was (rcshnian Chuik. W human > 
sij ia» a psui ol hi» (•Jiw hish 
-2 1 and Sophomore [)c«n 
(Vtrulakis three, c^^ypcd h» tht- 
one that |>ut the Hawkf up for 
good with a mtnuic and a half 
remaining Freshman Paul 
Comhs also added 1.^ points, tail 
m lite second haU) uwlading hniti 
emb of a aac ml one with mne 
^evoiMls left (bat scaled up the 
win. Hasmn's first at f<w]K-r 

Then tame an H4 66 
thumping ol Richland in the 
opcniag fouad of the Harper 
Thanksgiving Tournament on 
Fnday night The wm put Hi»pcr 
in the title game for the first urns- 
since I9g4. breaking an eight 
lame latency kwing «jok. This 
ail came in pan due to a pair ol 
cHilsiandmg performances by 
freshman furwards Cicargr Dilles 
I : I poinisi artd Derek Murray (S> 
points) thill helped the Hawks 
pull away Irom a 4: V> halflimc 
lead. 




Next Basketball home gam© 
Saluixlay. December 9 agaif>st Sauk 
Valley (women) and Lake County (mm). 

Sauk Valley game at 1 00 pm 
Lake County game at 3:00 pm 




The msMlc attack hN Miirr.n 
( 1 2 points) and t>illc« ( I } pmnis' 
both All Tourney selections, 
iiimbined with a strong outside 
game by Whitman (12 pomiM 
and sophomore Jason Binrikt 1 1 ^ 
points) alk>wed Harjvr to tome 
back from an earK 1^ pomi 
deficit in Salui ' 
I Hie game to 

champion Wti^,'., - .» .„ ,i,i 
half A l7-<» s|yuri cut that to a 
single point at V» s^ k-i.k. ih. 
Rams were able ii« ; 
with an tti?< win h< : > 
■manamcnt champHMMfeii) 

Bm Ihe Hawks im-rea'i going 
take Ibis iciha»k lyinc ij.mn 
Instead, they wcni aiici ^^^a•hl 
chasing th ^^ ' 
court on 

«dcloraci.......,i «.,-„. — ,. 

took place Toeatfay alu-riMxm 
After the hoMi icoriiil the lim 
eight points of the contest. 
Harjwr came hack, takini; j hnct 
lead, to he down only m: 
at the Hucrmission 

Then with a minute LU in 
the game and the Hawks behind 
fW-57. Brooks hit Murray on si 
alley sxsp that Murray banged ta 
off Uic gUs.s ki put tlic uam up 
for good at W-S8. Alter Wnghi\ 
Charles Dillard lost an ollenstve 
icNiufiil »iih I" iKks left on the 
>I.Kk ihc Hams put th.- tirul 
mil', in tfie coltin ||i 
later when Rodney San ; 
called with a technical Kiul loi 
cursing at the referee lo protest a 
loui called on Ditlard (his fifth) 
when he tried to get i jump hall 
call OR Whitman Whitman hit 
liie fnm end of his one and the 
ttoniis. and Combs hit both 



IV4i>,IC miAMn,; leading 

mil All America 

■ 'Vmy Ki>/i,.l il,.,-.. 

'i'-l'm:in Si.-phjn,. 

■ 'IK» to( lAO 

;. Hj»k.4 and 
■ i! 1 oni Tckhnet we 
1 Stan hcadmi! into a 

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ill the vason opener latl 
Tuesday. Harper revenged a 
voason ending liu^ m last 
^■:ifs sectional final to 
Highland with an easy lifii} 
*in at luwiie Center Carolyn 
' i'-ii.^ "udc an impressive 
her college debut 
If"' vanies lirsi 4 
(*'•"" lied wiih IS 

jnd '. >unds SopUr 

more (luaid MonKa IVftivsky 
Jrilled three < pointers and 
scored a game high 16 pmnts 



Gairia compteiesl her lira gwie 
by scorinjt t points adding 12 
rebounds. 4 steals arij handing 
■xit 6 asauli. Tlie la»lv Hawks 
•ad 63 lehotMdki on the nighu 
24 off of the offensive bovds. 

1. milled to 7 players m tlK 
opener of (heir Thanksgiving 
"•""••"ncni, the Ijdy Hawks 
fell to l.ake CtMinty, 61-56. 
I icshiiun Jeanne Hswig filled 
m admirably with 17 pointt. 
•ruluding 7 iW 9 from Ihe foul 
line Cowley added IS pomu 
and 16 rebs>unds and Nicky 
Boldog finished with 12 
[KHnts. 

HrctovAy went beyond the 
ip«Hnt line five umcs tu ijc a 
schiwl recxvd and finished wiik 
a game high 24 points (2^ in 
the lirst half) m their 65-4S 
romp over Monon Saturday 
Night The win gave die Ijdy 
Hawks third place in the 
loumameni 

Cowley kept up her 
soarmgpacc with l7|io,„uio 



tectotcal ittm to mi*e ii 62 M 
A Corahs lay-up on ih ensuing 
•nbountls pa»s made it 64 M(. 
putung ic ing tin the cake 

t)illes once again k-d Harjvr 
"> s.„ring with IK followed by 
"Iiirray and Combs wiib 12 each 
'illard led Wright with It. 
followed by Sanders 1 1 Charles 
Davis and Steve Dean were ne«i 
for Wnght with 10 ^Noce 

Kastner felt that despite 
scoring five points. Brooks 
defensive performance on Dean, 
who si/;led the Hawks for 24 



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points on Saturday, was 

instrumental ui the win 

'He (Dean) only had two 

points in the second half, thai 

Itself showed how super Ja.son's 

fi* was " 

In pointing towards the 

remainder of the season, the 

rookie coach l.-cls that if his icmi 
can mainuin their hard work 
ethic. It will pay off in the long 
rtm. 

'Better things can only come 
as kmg as we lake it one cane M 
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are Midwest Bowl Champions! 

hip Minnesota's Normandale, final score 46-7 




lU I (>U NUIMT/ 

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What a »a> «' ''*'« ™" '*" 
(kvadin of Harper I "TtMIT 

(Ik- Itarpcf lta«kkM.rui-»-4 w ll*** 
litJ Muanct wHitW."*"" ■-'' '"u«« 

nmkcd Nomandak- *>< Ntinm-«>U 
m ihc Mwl*crt Bo. I 4i It** 
{ ..Ikgc in RivtJ '•'•■^'' '•'•' 
Salunlay _. , 

The » in u«i luAsd Ae »»»*■ » 

ll\ aUavv niiT l<> |0 0«» 
»iih a »K»1 »,n, ivjwcitUy hw 
the «>p»K»ni«c4. Head C^>llt^ 

o( Ae lophoBMJrc* ror two yean 
of mm JcrvKC « ll»> »o««> 
OHIO the IkM f« pw-IMW •am> 

Aflcf *c l-ioiMi' opemii* dn« 
Mllc4 at Uie Ha<iw' ^^- •** '"? 
of Noimawt*' i ewf r I*«b I.mk!''* 
had «»at* «'»* rl*c rh'" *' "P 
Pcu M.la//i>N NiKl ol punw' 
Uio Pwwirnn. aeaitii« a 1 2 vard 
Ion W dw ti«i •»« The Ha»k,» 

manhed ' "*■* "'"^ '■"'^' 

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pulling itw -. :■■ 

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Amcruan camlHljif KB Kuh 
I u^as to 30 >Jfi^ •'" '*■'"■" 
. iimcs 

1 i.»Ul vi>u *c had • good 
game plaii liw ihem ■ said 
Dcfcnsi** Coord inaitw ioh" 

In iht rocamimc, ihe Ha»k» 
vaulted the lead i" '-^ " ■" '*^ 
hjH. behind aniilhci ' 

run and a 2(>-yaiii ' "' 

Hj.kii|)yBLaf»S)<id.«<4o< 

»,, 'U ■..ii»1^' kcpl up itx- <i<»<ng 
».iih 1 MX iof.) l"^» i»> Bran 
C".imts in ihi- ihm! quarier 
Hjn»i»»I llnl^^H•ll the uihc irfl 
b» breaking a Mid^eM Bo«l 
record for llw nu'-i rushing 
loochdowiw. to make n ■'h '' 
Thai i(HKhdi»*n al«i lied the 
Midwevl Bo»l retard (or most 



u>ui.hd«»ns stored, making hiro 
Hjipcrs. fiTM IM> poml nconrr in 
J single season 

Stvmandate finally p* on the 
heard when Sew Sell scorod on a 
leven yard run »ith 5 27 left 

fcliasik. who. after i»o 
dctadM ol conthing moved his 
career record ta 121 «t 2. ««d 
that even with the wm. there's a 
iiUlc disappomtmerH 

F.lia^di continued. "Being in 
the Midwest Bowl means that 
you didn't win the region You 
always want w *in Ute rcgHin 
and go K) Iowa (for the Royal 
Crown Cola Bowl in Cedar 
Falls) 11 you don I I win the 
rcgionl. there's alwayt some 
Jisappointinciw. But, at least we 
met our goal to win a poil 
scman bowl game.' 



Brad Jonas nauia 
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jltt'r .1 Si«iiuiid-t' 

,111 ihcit o«n ;» 

tcuer t «W!> «aile*' 

head. bmUm ^"^ 

lie wa.' m«f<J»a 1^ .- 
(he I i»n lt\ Jamc* H- 
,,„,k II in on the »e»i 
,, ,„ ,,.; on Ow boanl- '<• 
i ,,.',.,,,■ >K i,l NormandaJc i>' i^- • 
ss var^l^ loul offense in the fmil 
hjill, iniludiBg holding All- 
making It 20 t', »ith a missed 
emrapoiM. 

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Christmas 
Issue '89 






December 7 198Q 



RRBinGER 



WHItamRainey Harper Coltetw 




VOL. 24. NO. 16 



News 
I Features 
j Editorial 
I Enterlainmeni 

Personals 

Happening 

Holiday Special 

Fun Page 

Classifieds 

Sports 



Features 



• "Sculptor 
expresses feoiir^gs 
in her work" 

Fiflures reflect essence of what 
the represent 




Page 3 



Sports 



• "All-American 
Football" 

Haywood named A»^ American 




Coach Eliasik under fire 



R.«MitkarlHiiOiir»ki 
KBlrftawimwn Kitiliir 

AicufSiUHiiM maik by fooi- 
I Ml piaycT. Sum Taykir. i^ainst 
HjiijiCTS(ic»j(,MxhaJlcciiih.Ji)l» 
FluKiJi,arccum.-nils bcinj; invc»- 
j ii«i*-dan<Ju>ulJre«uliinilick»» 
I of Harprr f«nhall f™ .ifw vcar 
Taykif j FifM Tram V« 
jnd WtjiMin IV Silaiiofi W „lc 
Mi\en.c». lias jtcuM.-*) fclunii ,» 
'vnitong hiin ji Uk Rrgion IV 
I lumpionihip Came afuuini Ok 
< «>»e|c«^Di»i>!»g#fCTiiapaymj 
tek a km M> Mdtc H«B»ley 
(nxcivcrx c.uih) ami F.lia.<,ik 
! Taytor o»cJ Eli»ik (or rmi 
' BKwry and Hen»lcy fa luitum 




Crc-iidcni Pjul TmjtnjHon 
kn..-*> .mlv (r.^iwrul JcuiK 
ahmi Uk- miu^ahki txil »ays II 
ifKTf n i man* pn*kn» *iil» 



Iwiiball ihcR- are iiTiain ilungi 

thji «v av J N«.h»«>l muM lodo 
iiuiiply \>iih tiK KfHmti tchaul 
ruk> It ikc tkia i(>. »c (tKdd low 



liKHhall for a year. Im I hope 
not" 

Coach Eliasik maxaga two 
apanmcms uihIcc leay; lo liis m 
ICT L»l*y Pcarsiin Taylor uofc 
itcupancy in itic n»om wlien 
M h. . >Uuncd and tx-^an wtirlting 
' -i-ik nuking hifrhlictHlilmv 
■' iiik-. Juan Id! hetiind m rem 
and muvcd lui w amHticr apan- 
"k-ni. thimjih In- vull o»cd fciia- 
Mk 

Eliasik claims dial ihe ran 
•a- no« a pan ot II and lie w» 
l*ntlied for dm^uiary itasom. 
"Tay Iw hnAf the niles. and OW I 
»lui liapiy-nv I dun'i ^^ne WiA 

SMEItMh.pag«2 



Political Science Club receives $534 in funding 



By frik W 

Polnical Science ciul> atkcd 
I Sliidrni.Vcnjirf(ira$534paMlo 

(tHHl Ok InitlKiiniing inp m die 

Model IlliniM^CiovcmnK'nKMKI ' 
f convcmion The vnaic appimcd 
I t)K gram liy a unammom vote. 
Some of die icnaion hhhc 

reliKiaw h) vote tor Hic graii 
I lyvause Ote (itanm-d u»- fur >.>itK' 

i>* iIk- tunj% »j, ; 



*echibs|)»iseattimn 

Tlie KKBl cent ol itw inp k 
SKIO:, )hii ilub mcml>i:r« ae 
payinii for WTO of itie cosis. «- 
coatmg to Puliuca) Sciewe TicM- 
imrr Kfvm O'Connrl 

"Wf feci ilK money *«'« 
jiking (iir li kgiumale and rta- 
stinaWe. said Prcsideni Jim 
CMiaj.-\"c ■ - - hcialiodie 

MI(. > ., ,,.i..MK MRiulalKin 
'>! V1.1IC k:»vimnK-nipnividin|!the 



fUdcMK wMi lumii on expen- 

MKi lias a Hou»e of Repre- 

seotMives. a SenHC. and a newt- 
paper 

The ttriKUac rctldcLs ihe 
s'loal lllimn!. ^ovemmem. BUIs 
ait pnipoKd and delrrrrd to a 
commmcc »hn.h will mjikc a 
Ki.-ti«nmn>daU(>n i<i Uk- Hume. 

The siudcnbdelviic die ImUs 
*»d auoiipi m pass ihtm alicr 
maMut citillfls. yis mf^ students 



e>pcncnceinRal-bfe|(naiMneM 
procedure. 

Tlie newspaper » a itaiiy 
Willi- li nias ihroogh Uie diree dayt 
of MIG giving coveiajte lo die 
nudew Senaiors and Rcprewnia- 
uve». 

The paper i« suffcd (yy stu- 
deni jctumaliM 

Mom people do not under- 
stand |!ovemment.'° latd Catej. 
M K ; IS a (treat way 10 Icjui how 
Ihk- (idscmmeni wotx.'* 



Speech places third at Elgin 

Reader's Theatre, Impromptu consistently do well 



By Erik Warm- 



16 



TTie Harper ( 
I Tean pkMd iliod twi , n i . B-amv 
I ■ Ike EicM Commtmily CoHefc 

j Trnvnaineiii iw I>i,.-mtier I ansi 

The hiyhcsi imlinitual r»ik 
t ia|t» mdudcd Koscniary Ljmgcr. 
Ifim place m Impromptu TV 
jlladk!*-* Tkeaire, BUk Elk 
J Speakik nxetvwig a ntximd ptec 
liwani. 

Bbck EOi Speilu a a piay 
[ cu eipi deafeng wiik Ike bikrf dK 
I Indian naotim It h» placet! sec 
I ond m die litu two sprech mvets 

tk JohnMuclinHircdirecical 
I Ike readers dn-aire and it wm 
Iperfomied l>y Shan Gdmore. 



Rop-r Bwr. Kadii Rramloimo, 
MKhjti Tcrwjo and Mithele 
fttum. 

Oiher leim memt<er» who 
Id.- . ,n- 

cJu.: ,hJ 

place inDitsi.V.,, jn- 

ikilino. scctMid [ .. ,ii| 

and lildi place in I'muy . vi^fsha 
Debs, Uiird place m Pcrsua»ion, 
Dw ighi Piimcll. ihif J place wOid 
liiicrpic-utmn and simh {ilace m 
Dramaut Inicipinauon anj 
Chn« Anbur. fifth pUc m Per 
suasii.<n 

' I dunk die team tt doMf • 
»i)ndertulj(*."saidnieeckaiich 
MitniaLiunMs. 

Rosemary Lan|;er, who 
pbced liTM in her hsi Iwo neeix. 
wiO he givHif a woriikcfi on 



In^iir^u .SfKaking lo oilier 
spcah team memtH-n after her 
rKew suci«s«ii at Richland 
Cowmoniiv Cirflcgc and Elgin 
ComfflMuiy Colk^gc. 

IMier lejni mrmhrrs. al- 
tkOBghlK-y 1 ,„d, 

nAalrankin, , .; . ii-an, 
earn shin! ptjii ('«. ianiii)i;f«.i!>|v 
inihr prcliminiiic ii^mls Thc-se 
numivrs include MKhacI Tcr- 
mn Kalhie Kyolle. Jcianiie P»- 
kmihi, Maine Wihoni, Lnatirem:. 
Tonilandmeier, David Spuda. Ri* 
Mech. Oiane Snutcn. Am Hku 
•ikl (Tirisiy Linctwrger 

Thcjpwsk leani'i neat meet 
i« at Highland Canuniauiy Cd- 
te|« Ml F«hniary. Anyone mier- 
<»ted in «|>ecxh Irani shtuid caS 
lalicnLi ' .'■M4. 




*liM>krtrlaWimr 
HanMf's obMfvaiDry. undar 
corautucton. m letyaduM lo 
b* comptMwl by tMi tumnwr. 



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2 News 



Harbinger 



December?. 1989 



Eliasik, Taylor dispute may result In loss of football 



CoMtnuMl Irom pag« 1 

all the KtusalKins.' vud lliasA- B«c»be " 
H «ll umler mvcoicaiKin. Ehaiuk •» »« 
allowol todistuM »hai rvia were vmlaied- 

AtawdmK m Taykir. FlasA * lK«*ilod 
a raectinet mthiding *"«. Cciith Bob 
FerguMin (ollcnuve caonbuMa). JWl Hcth 
dey Dunng *c rommg Tiylot clanni dim 
Eliawk sa»d. "You re ITjiyUwl m* seeing *c 
field laiul you p^ HciMJey «d wt ouf 
money " 

Atom *i* henchH* Taylor fa Hie 

cmiung ft« Taylor and •»« ■« rcleaie his 
film higWighw "I donl nouil or 



tnghliyti^ li* anyone thai nuitii." lay* Eha 
uk JijjinsK^ifKd"*'^*"'*!"'''"''™^^""^: 
and. n my iiptnion, U«l'»MU'«>»n» ''« "=^'" 



"Coach toW us why Juan cfidnt 
play. He sad Juan chose not to 
play". We e» knew it wasnt true ' 



"llie whole <>iliuU<>n is ni)l laif al JJI He 
henthcd me (nc reawms thai have nmhing Ki 
do «i* («>*»«."' wKlTayhx Imftomgio 
IH Im firwi hrfore I leave " 



(Wiet pJayen have ir««l •'* T«yl" 
and hehcve Ehasik hcnclied him lor ha rent 
nH>nc> tinlhcbus^tcnhcDuPaiCBawe. 
aach WM us why iuan didn i play He «id 
JuM chose not U) pbj. *'c all knc* thai 
wam'l tnie." a player said 

The invTstigaunn w hong conduned by 
AiMetK Director Rofjef BechuiM and John 
Oelch, Dean ol Aihleoc* Nci*« wo«ld 
cnmmeni on ihe »ituation al Ihn point, bw 
jvMjffd the* will come u> a contlu^ion Tlic 
fi-M«lli. will then he given to TlmmpMW who 
willmakcadeiiMon 

Another ptayer. who wnhcd ID tentam 



anonymow said, "l wirni U) play (ooihall 
next ycj» I wish ihcy would just resolve 
dieirditlcrencex Imcan.Joansalreadyleav- 
ing nc« I year and 1 ' m no<. This could rum my 

chancei' 

"Its a sad siiuaiion 1 doni warn to nee 
the piogi«n dropped "said Lou Nunez, team 
slaiisttcisi "I like Juan and I like E liasik . but 
you doo'l ever want to see thu happen 1 
hope everyone can pn ihi- resolved and 
things go hack lo normal Eliasik is a good 
ctioch he* done a kn lor Harper and the 
players I donl Ihink anything shouM tap- 
pen to h«n- he docsnl deserve it " 



n 



Harper welcomes the 90's 




Waikim. tiK I440ib stiidcM 
to RgisKt for ciitMs *«» Moewer. i«- 
Mtved a Iree 3 CK*l*««ch«. 

1>e |iMe of • free ctott. »atae<> « W 
doUas. Ml eim*iM4 10 help boon les- 



-We devetoped • theme.* md ret* 
iiation niperviMr Mora SoMtoinak. "... 
»d then uM«l it ID promote e«ly ««$««»- 

liort* 

The dwne. "Captwe the mgic ot 
Haper. Dhcow the Wi*. has been MC- 
ccHfal ihie yeer in inacaiiBt early i«CB- 



RcgistraiioB a vf 12.5* f« ih« «• 
ler Md tfie e^MvckiKof fuB tanc <«t- 







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D«c«mber7. 1989 



Harbinger 



Features 3 



Sculptor expresses feelings In her work 

Figures reflect essence of what they represent 



9y Allu CbiiilBBtf 
Fcaliim Kdilor 

Sculptuie camKM be lauglM 
through vocal or wriuen 
intutictioii. It must be 
ctpcrKnccd b> the aru<a It n an 
<irl tVirm in which lh>: Hulpior 
molds an objcit m icfWit the 
perccpiionii. fcclingx 
MpcnciKCk, and immpfrtaiMMM ol 
hi« or her envtroamcm. The 
Kuipio lafcet an idea and givct ii 
rorm 4nd oprrsMcin 

Sculptor Pat Roicllo 

' ■ ' n her art career at the 

I wa« an army bnl. 

vt> ijiiK I k:avc me cbv made >vit 

of kaolin aiul mineral oil Iti molU 

and paint »hen 1 was a kid. ' 

Roiello *a% hooked She 
knew she wanted to become an 
anist. but hadni tkcidcd what 
type 

Roicllo dabbled in drawing, 
pwitting. and sculpting in nKlal. 
wood, and fiberglass, before 
dioostng clay as her medium 

She has been sculpting lor 
fifteen years Si> years ago. 
Rotello took her first scutpturc 
sIimIk) class at Harper Today, die 
Mill enjoys creaung tculpMRt m 
thcMuilio. 

"I creat* sculptures" 

Pa/ Rotello 

Danag her caiccr. Rotelto 
has wttlptcd cait. midcs. lapanese 
Geishas, woman warriors. ai>d 
Samurai Yet. something was 
f mtssing in the culor scheme 

"I got tired of basic earth 
tcnn for KnlpiiiK,* md Rotello 
'The bBMC colon were dull I 
warned eiciiemeni Its difficuli 
to use bright colors without 
havmg them look like they wcfc 



loM HI a discount siotc. ' 

Rotello enrolled in a 
campMer graphics class a scar 
mo. 10 hdp resolve the dull cokw 
dilemma. 'I can draw the luui' 
on the cooipttlcr iCumm : '. 
Amijiai andiU ' ■!■. 'f 

cK^he>, ' sjhl .i^c .1 

,(„,... .„ I ... . ,.. 



cuUir 

It takes her approsimaiely 
three weeks to create a sculpture 
Kotelk) sketches the design on 
|H|Kr. Mid dKmes the clay and 
cotor tchemc. Each sculpture is 
hand shaped, dried, fired, gla/ed. 
and fired agam Cooled pieces are 
then rcaily liv display in galleries 
art shows, or in the home 

Roietlo tries if \how ihv 
essence of what the piece 
represents I want vou to know 
how the ^ tall Samurai warriors 
fell.' said Rotello They were 
liettie I try to refkxt that feeling 
in my pKxes ' 

Her new series of woman 
warriors. "Womc-n for Whom the 
Ritual IS Not tmMigh' shows 
women who are no longer 
Mfeaenriem to their men. They 
•M Mepcndem and have a tense 
ofwif 

I irrjie sculptures." wtid 
Riiielio I chose not to m:ike 
figurines. They're pretty, sweet, 
and nice My vulplures arc full 
^<l est lU tiKfti .Alt«.i a whiU >«<u 
get toed o( CMC mmiMUKs ' 

Her work is displayed in 
several Chicigo galleries 
including the lllinots Artisans 
Shop. Pas Dc Chat, and the 
Pursuit of Ha|ifHne<i!i. 

Rotello hopes someday to 
have a ooc- woman show in a 
gallery "I don't want to he a big 
frog in a big poltd I'd be hapfuei 
benif a btg frog m a btiie |Kind.* 




Pal Rotado add* tha hrutning touctw* to a Samurai warrioi Kulptura Tha p<«ca rapratanM a traditional 
Samurai aquvpad tMh a KaMna (bng wnord) and a Gona Kaiana (shofi tword) 



LEFT 

*ltMa It Menmn (Mwn 

This unlired sculpture depicis 
a Samurai The clay used for 
this piece is tiufl 



RIGHT 

A woman warrior from the 
series "Women tor Whom the 
Ritual IS Not Enough" is 
displayed ak)ngside a Geisha 
vessel 




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4 Features 



Har&iriger 



December 7. 1989 



Public Safety; 

the people behind the uniforms 



By Janit B««lMl 
Surr WriKr 



PuMic Safety Who arc thcy^ 
WkM do ihey do? 

'Our mitiion i« lo prutrci 
and serve the college (.nmmunity, 
and U) provide scrvKe in the nuKi 
professional manner powiblc. 
said Kevin King, mpcrvimr ut 
PuMk Safety. 

Public Safety. hicMed in 
Building B. operates 24 hum a 
day. seven days a »eok 

The suff of iiNwt 1!^ people 
includes lour women: i»o 
security offiwcrs. a clerk 
dispatcher and die tnrciary 

PuMk' Safely tonsisl* m 
three divi>Hm> police olfictrs. 
di!pab.hcrsaivd sccurii> nflKorv 

The pulKC I'liuciv 
mvc-Iigdlt; ciimm.il I'li.n..-, jn,l 
Ifallu acciiK'nis 
ro^jHuiMble lor » 
linking kxufc 



TIlc dispouhers operate the 
radio center 24 hours a day They 
Uke all imronimg Lalts. ami reby 
Ihc messages to the ofliters 
They also communicate with 
kxaJ police department whenever 
necessary 

>lave you ever asked PuMic 
Safety u> unkK'k your car door'' 
Well, the security officers are (he 
ones who let you in. They 
perform service related duties. 
such as helping students who arc 
locked iwl of their cars 

Not lust anyone can hecnme 
a security oflicer First, they 
niu-.! jiicnd a 4(W>-h«ut suic 
aNirse. TVn, ihi > 
'. je> peace officers I'. 

sUU 

ill -'. 

' t lUH'ltJJ It. I 

jr. which 
.iiiing, inu'd. 



managemcM and puhlic speaking 
Public Safety docs mure to 
protect aitd serve lUrver College 
than one may think The 1<>8K 
siaiisiKs show 109 reports ol 
criminal alfenscs including 54 
repom ol Ibefu. eight break -ins, 
(oHr aiaauil and ballcrtes. and sis 
indecent exposures Ol the UN 
criminal report*. M *crc cleared 
by arrest ot by other means In 
addition, there were 2.1K4 (kxtr 
opemng requests, Wtl moiorisi 
•isills and l.WX miscellaneous 
service •, (M- t»'!iv|i-. Sjlelv was 
alsji ^ ' !'r umcs u< 

JiR\; ;; ) 

I he main | ihe 

.(.■c IS cducalii ml 

IcMgei Itul.' sjul ■ irc 

here i>' s.i-i: ihj; .i' 

' lupi'Miii 

nedtaie Public SjicU 

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Harper fashion 



Staff Writer 




Jusi11iink,\buQnl\ Need 
29Morel)MakACoat. 

Mm I pcoplt •!•" 1 "•' 
«(!«■ ...»st .si a lur Hut tIl^■ 



Uwrc Mc *•' g(««*i Tf*»i»ns m» n' 



Harper Fashion Design 
students Rachel McAlpin and 
Kale Websuit competed agatnsi 
Ml students from univcrsilies and 
design schools across the country 
in a New York fasliKWi sh«iw on 
November 14 McAlpins 
gaimcnt. made of uMra-suedi:, wjis 
selected as one of ten winning 
tiesipns 

This IS Harper's second tune 
entering the compcmion. now in 
lis sisth year Sandra Clark, 



koordinalor of Fashion Design 
and Merchandising said. "We 
were very proud of the fact dui 
wc were able lo gel a w inner jusi 
our second time around ' 

McAlpin and other winners 
will represent the United Stales 
in the Concours International Dcs 
Jeuncs Crcateurs De Mode in 
Paris She will compete against 
winners from 15 to 20 different 
countries around Ihc world. 

If McAlpin win$ in Pans, 
her garmcni will he a pan of the 
permanent collection in the 
l.Mis-rc Museum ui Pans. 



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December 7. 1989 



Harbtnger 



Features 5 



i Semester break; a time to relax 



•• 



Siaff Writer 

Do viHi believe lhn wnwMCf 
IS almo>>l over' We nu> not luivc 
any more homcKork. hui wc art- 
faced Kith one firuil (Mmmim. 
How are we foii^ ut xptni am 
U)vt weeks off? 

How ycu spend your four 
wtck.s u crucial If >t>u work the 
•iioie time, you II Kc tuppy mu 
made money, hul «lui Aid \ou 
reaBy acconqriith 

My fir.1 pictc of had jdvue 



or h,j. Hi •> !KS !io 

nDC nius 4n)i.nin£ iti.ii rcwMihlo-i 
a lexitmiA. Ttai'% ■*h\ n ■, votlcd 

1. * ui|> priiit. 

Hjv li> _ k y ihnist ,i: . 

u» in whiih lo 

blemng. Thit n; 

tk«)p> anui your f 

for * Iwartieiii. wi. 

itvrc jlen lo pul > ou m j !v 

has! 

Another juod idea i« U) Icavi: 
town. ArtMtranly decide you need 
a tacalKin tn the »orci «ay !>iki 



look in ilK mirror and tay 
An/una «<und!i good 

I aim have Mtme handy 

'"'" yhoppini! iipv 

.r »av dmxijrh j v:,i 



. Ml may help 
(,'h yeah, I ai 
Gel 4IUI ihcrv and tv; 
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You could say, "nil he 
perfect With all my spring 
outfits If you re really in a jam. 

1 can I wwi to wear ii when 

n vacation.' 

I wuuU! Ilk 

vmdi tieryonc a ^..„. : _,, 

ticason. and may your winter 
break he wcllspeni hi^i ilm i let 
me do»n and do \n> 

KMKtruiiivr. hki ,.ur 

'■ Aaii; ki grow 
In I grow la«t 
4iniMkf 



Health Corner 



Slim down your holiday feast 



Here arc a fc* hinu on how 
lo gel the most enjoyment out at 
your httliday meal* with the lc«H 
caionev 

Appcii/crv A>oiJ iilive*. 
avocados, boner r.l' b,., mis 
and most siorcN 
all arc high in l.i, 
and chunky-style stwpx vhuuJd he 
replaced with lesv fattening 
varieties such as chicken mMMSe. 
mincsuone. split pea, loniaioar 
vegetarian W hen caliitg saiBdIi, 
ttkk with km -t. alone tlmtliRgs 



aiHi |i> easy on ihi 

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stem » higU. 
chottMeroi than «t 

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United Parcel 

Is looking for 

Energetic Harper Students 

To work as driver helpers over Christmas Break 




Excellent Pay ^ 

Daytime Hours 
Temporary Employment 

Jobs will start in early December and last until Friday Dec 22nd. 



9/hr 



You can apply at our employment office, located at Rand & Hicks, Palatine. 
Applications taken Mondays. 3 pm - 5 pm 7i\R f\f\OR 



Wednesdays. 9 am - 11 am 



Drilled Parcel Service is an Equal Opportunity Etrployer 



6 Editorial 



Harbinger 



December/, 1989 



Letters to the editor 



Who controls A Building? 



Thii II a clartlkaiiain lo Im week's 
letter lo the cdtwr eiMMlcd WHCM 
Rrtpoaif. 

'Ccimpliuux from (acuii) They are 
m the Simk-rn Center The itiHlrni* 
shoukl he jhk lo At vttun thc> wmi im 
THtJRBlllDrM!" 

Lc<«itc3r up itie akowc iiiHK and 
«l ihc rctiiriJ >iuai(!hi Fjcuhv an inh mi 
Ihe Muk-m tcnicr Sud' .m- Wc arc 
hcfc lo scrvite the auiknt^ in ill <>( A 
BuiMuiK. C|! Fiiuntul Aiil. HcaliJi 
ScnKC* <xl li n nm ihcir' iHiiMing' li 



It Id atl »ho inc and wrvii.c ihc culicgt- 
Tlie trnKmaik '•uikl ouxu- k mn in Kit 
licid wuunnit il' 

In Ok pa<4 <. ..-ui 

adviwn ha> ikn tw-M>i ixun uk 41 all li 
has only hccn wtk-n WMC'M lunis up 
Ihc voliiiiw for iraWNis of thcu rmn and 
(Id im lien 'MaiT l.fU keep m mind 
wr all are henr to service a» a I 
Aadrre Walsh 
Chrnia krafl 
lafuroialioa Onirr in A 
BalMiac 



Tke HarUmger wtkomft l,-!tf'-< 
I rinrrj must he -W wttr.i 
Si^muurtf will he wuhkrl.. . 
leiifrs to ike HarUmger lU'in' i , .. 
ihnmitk FruLn ,iuniif renuliV fffur him 



!'• the eSlor anJ rfplirs In 
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Overheard... 



"1 have an answer 
for everything. The 
answers I don't 
have, I make up." 

"i think he organizes 

the stuff he is going 
to throM out." 

"I decided lo curve 
the grades lo break 
up the monotonous 



"It's thick. 
Tidvbowl. ' 



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"She'll hang il on hrr 
Hall. It will be her 
moment of lame." 

"Don't shave in the 
bathroom. The toilet 
will overflow." 



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WilttMB l»nwy Hm^m CoHcfe 
1 2<10 WffM Alfoniqiiun Road 



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Cluu Kuwik, MA* Sdm«MkmmR, 



Clarification 



In lusi weeks oc*s storv, ra\ 
hike apprnsrd Ihiii- *cu- ^.vi-ral 
en t ITS 

I he Bi\ird (>l Tmslees viitcd ^ I in 
favtif «rf the hike, mn 7 3 The B<wd has 
Ihc aulhfirily lo levy up lo 2S£ far 
educalKmal fundinji and operjiitms. hm 
24< at uak-d in the story 

AdllUKinally, the i(uule. ~l ]uM do 
aoi agi«c. or justify. ihiK tax increase ' 
sliould be altrihuhrd to Board rnemhti 
Muuls. nu< mcmhrr Milk-r 



Our Wish List 

Dear Board, we've been very good. . . 



The »i\h list IS one of the preai Amcncan Christmas traditions 
Believe ii iw noi. sonic college students want men than cars, money or 
their degree 

Ust year, m the December 8 issue of the Harbinger. Editor in Chief 
tXnij; Ray pnnied his wish list for Harper 

Each year Harper strives i, > reach lis g<tal. Etcellence in Education 
Unfortunately, an instttuiicn this large alwaxK has room for 
in-' .If riiis 11 the Harbinger staffs wish hst for Harper 

< ' '»• /«>' »»w fairh redurtiiant. so I eut straight to day number 

/." ■ 

On the tueljlh dav itf Christmas our Board of Trustees will give to 
u\-Twelre hundred pvmil sharpem-r^ i\ P Vcrn Manke gave us an 
early present I 

Eleven grou{>s of trees to break wind icotd wind. m>t n^arm). 

Ten milium stars (to gaze upnn with a new Observatory). 

Sine thousand htwks for an enlarged librar\ (see the first dii\ ,•! 
Christmiis). 

Eight hun.!r,:! r.cw pieers of furniture 1^ the President can do ii so 
can we). 

StttM le\s iia\s • if school ifinah weekl. 

Pause and talur a breath 

Six new art piecei (something from the realism category). 

and FTV'E (minimum) buildings remodeled for handicapped access. 

Four clean stairwells (remove the tobacco stains from the walls in F 
bmlding slairvirlls t. 

Three thousand student parking places icloser to the buildings). 

Two electron microscopes (If we can afford an Observatory «/iv 
niH'l 

and One Liberal Arts Building 

Itouglas Ray 
Editor-in-Chief 

Things h,iv c !;.ir 'od Mticc last year There are sharpeners all over 
..inifHjs T!. „ry is ncaring completion. Access for the 

handicapped ' , >ved. but there is still a long way to go Harper 

w ill build not one new building hut TURFIt, three new buildings! 

Following the tradition, here arc a few things we'd like for this 
year's 1 2 days of Christmas 

On the twelfth day of Christmas our Bi>ard of Trustees will give to 
us Twehe groups of trees to bKKk the wind, 

Kleven thousand students who care about what goes on in their 
schixil, community, country and world. 

Ten percent lower prices ini the cafeteria and hrx* stoie, 

\ine more planets to destroy (we're almost done with this one). 

Eighty clix'ks for class rtx>ms rotwos, 

Scsen less days of schotil (finals week), 

Sivty watts (fwa WHCM transnutter). 

Five pieces of disccmable an (not counting Bills bust), 

KiMir journalism teachers (s<i we can have a department). 

Three newer, better and larger open computer labs. 

Two snvikers on the f-nvironmcntal Health and Safety Committee. 

and One Sports Editor 



1 ari Vaugn 
Fditor-in-Chief 



Lisa Aust 
Managing Editor 



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**Ove o /^erry, merry C*>ri5f,>. -- 

•^o//tffly. may we PC, /f a,'o^/;. 



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Guess who's sflll arcura^ 
iooksj.u amthtr merry Chr,sfr.an, 



To Jen, from At/te 



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'«<^es or ha^d ^.^^f do youtli'k^ 

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Lave, Maria 



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fc*. trarks for the t>fii nae' 

love. 
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10 EntertainRwnt 



Harbinger 



December?. 1989 



It's the End of the Decade 

The results of the Best and the Worst of the 80's Survey are here! 



B; MkkiMl Wcikic<*it< 
Katrrlainmenl F.dilor aiui 
Sitvr Hill 
Staff Writtr 

li ■> ihc end i>l thf Jixdtk and %c M 
Iwve our mciiMirict uf ii Siintt are 
food, wme w: hod Wluicvcr the lasc. 
wc (an all look back and Uuj^h or 
moyhc cry . at tjur fast icn ytms^ 

The fliirhintf wa«««l m i a 
what ihc wor<t and the bcsi ».i 
i->..T>oo>- So wf cnnttnictrd a ^ul.v) 
f Har)xr Minkni» jnj Ijtullv ui fi|| 
ji 

Mii«i ol Ihc people »hi> niTc 
H-lciU-d 111 (ill the \urvcy nul »irc 
somcwbai imimidjtud h\ iw , ,i:tii 
paves But I think >»hi-n ihc\ KUri.d 
they ftHini! ii qmu- lun In l.m. I kri..» 
Ihcy hdd fun 

Louking hjii mil, ific paM >% whii 
" f II fun. ScrK>u\K . could you pick 
o«e smgic event m the past lea wm% 
thai you Kould p«ck j« youi (avwiic 
What »ouU It hc^ \f> UHi^h' So while 
reading Ihi*. auk yoursc-lf Ihc ■ume 
qiKstKWV It UNild be (un In Ij^t, 1 
know I kmiw ynu1l lukc iwi' 

Thank>i u> cvetyone »h<i hetpcd' 

St) here they are. ibc Haprr 4uf\c> 
rcsulli on the R««t aad tht »»r»l 
of the Drcadt 

B**t Musical ArlKl 

I The Cure 

: U2 

> Mailuniu 

Worst Mujtkal Artist 

I New Kids on Ihc Biock 
~ M;u)onna 

Prince 

Best Album 

1 I '2 Ihc Joshua Tree 
-^ f" ijcMichjcI hiith 
' IK: I cppard HvMc-na 

Worst Album 

J Michael JatkNon Thriller 

- Bruce SpririjiMccn - Born in 

the rs \ 

' 1 " v TitJany 

IUm Single 

1. Ihclure- JuMl.ikeMcavcn 

2. Dcf Lcppard Pour .Some 
Sugar tm Me 

V 12 IX-sire 

Worst Single 

1 Pnnce Bjidanie 

2 Be.isiie Bovs Fij;ht lor \,.ur 
Ri!;hi III l'.inv 

' Madonna l.ikoa Virgin 

Best Music N'ideo 

1 The Cure I.ullahy 

2 Dire Straights Moncv !>.f 
NtHhing 

.'. Peter Gabriel SIedi;chaiiinicr 

Uorsi Music Video 

1 Madonna I ike a f*ra\cr 
2. Ma<lonna Like a Virj;in 
^ Tiffany I Think Were Alone 
Nou 

Best Television Show 
I The Cosby .Shou 

2. Late Night with Oawd 
Letiennan 

3. Cheers 




Tha Cura, ptcturad hcf* ,n 
♦tow ol a Lot Angaias l>ackdrop 
h«v» baan votad by ih« Harpai 
studants and faculty lo ba iha 
batt anists ol iha d«:ada Along 
•th batt artitl, Tha Cura also 
too* eatt tingia with their tmath 
hit Jusi L*» H»av»n 

According to facani mtanrlawi 
*'!h Tha r..,,- Ik...... ^ ^' 



■Ih Tha Cuia though, it liaa 
'tvaalad thai Tha Cora «nl 



Ona ol Iha dacada'i most eopular TV 
«ho»t «ra> Mooniighiing Piclurad ara 
Bnica Wilbf anO CyM Shapoard 

Worst Telex isii.n Show 

1 Alf 

J Tlic CoNhv Shim 

* Thinysonx-ihing 

Best Movie 

I The Princess Bmic 

: Aliens 

V K I Ihc 1 srtalcrrcstrial 

Worst V|u\i« 

I Iridav ihc I <lh (original and 

sci|uaKt 

2. Ramho (scqualsi 

' RiKky isecjuals) 

Best Actor 

1. Jack NicholMHi 

2. Wilham Hurt 
y. limi Hanks 

Worst Actor 

1 Svlvestcr .Stallone 

2 Vir r 

"S. Arnold Schwarrncgger 

Best ArtreM 

1 Mcr\l Strecp 

.rnev Weaver 
' -1 niise 

Worst Actress 

1 M.ulonna 
r Vtersl Strecp 
< Cher 



oa braaking op At tha dacada 
and*, to null Tha Cu»a 



•*«• ay Kmui «„„, 



Most Infcrsfint; Scandals 

• c Baker 
' (.'.ir> Hail atjj ! Axuia Rice 

Most Interslini: \i-»s I\cnl 
I TTie Berlin Wall 
- f icnanian .Square / China 
* Challengci Hspt«sH>n 

BicKest Loss (death) 

1 Lui-itie Ball 

2 John l.ennon 

3 Jt>hn Bclushi 

Most Overrated PerMM 

1 Michael Jatk»oo 

2 Kunatd Reagan 

3. Bruce Spnngsieen 

B«l Trend 

1. Miniskirts 

2 World .Awareness 

' Micmative clothes 

Worst Trend 

I Parachute Pants 

2. Breakdancing 

3 Rap Nfusic 

Best Dressed 

1 l^iiK CSS Diana 

2 Rohen Snuih 
^ Bono 



Worst Dressed 

I Cher (Cher wear v loihes ' > 

2. Madonna 

' Michael Jackson 

Best Sports Event 

I Bears Win Super Bowl XX 

2. Cubs clinch division in 1984 

3. Cubs clinch di\-ision in 1989 

W ben you think of the 80's, 
what is the Hrst thini; that 
cones to mind? 

1 . Ronald Reagan 

2. Mikhail Gorbachev 
3 Michael Jackson 

Worst Disaster 

1 Space Shuttle Disaster 

2 San FraiMTisco I'anhquake 

3. Chernobyl 

Biggest Controversy 

1 Abortion 
2. Oliver North 

3 Jim and Tammy Ftye Baker 

Best thing that happened to 

you 

1 F-cll in Love 

2. Graduated High .School 

V I found myself and friends 



It's the End of the Decade 

The funniest results of the best and the worst 



l»y Mkkarl Waskiewiti 
Kalcrtaiamrnl Kdilur 

Aloni with the hcsi and the worsi 
came liK funniest If an an^ter t,» km 
hard to put do*n (or any .jueMion n 
wa» easier id put down Uie funniest 
Some tif dieie were w fumy (» ctcauve 
»e lelt thai they deserved to be 
ii\<r);iii/ed. These ut Kjmc of v«hal wc 
j:oi 

Fof ihe woriM ielevisH>n dio* »e 
««»tH.ed s«imc pretty cute ans»eiN 
Sio»a. ihi« actually received an 
iiverwhclminn; respnnnc; Faaiasy 
Islaad Kemrmher .S<|aart Prgs. 
Stanimal Alice olfsh<ii Ho* 
Velio* Kine. Pal Sajak. t» Vevk 
shows such as the New Moakrrt, the 
New Slunstrri. am) Uh- New Leave 
II lo Braver 

For »ofsi movie, humorous 
answers included Back lo liw Beach. 
the Blue latoun HOTS and 
Relura of the Killer fumalut. 



Many actors were mtniduied this 
past decade M.>si «>f them were (food. 
MBIC were had. hut sivme were a jtikc: 
Halk llo(an. David Hasselliur. 
Roddy Piper. Konald Reagaa ivou 
rrmemhcf him he played the presiil. n; . 
and Vahon Seriuut. 

t andy Samplat earned a 
tioei lor Ihc hcsl actrcsf of ihe 
while Stt#anne S««Mn. Zta 
Zaa Cabor and Naaey Reagaa (you 
r. in.iiilxr hi-r. she played die presidcnLs 
»ili I *Kit\ vpDis av iK- wura attreas. 

Who fcmemhers (irttrgr BtHti'i 

'niillKia poiMi of luriit' ica«W? 



Theie are maay people worth 
Hicniioniag for the mosi overrated 
positiiwi Among ihem we the Bear*. 
Mary Lou RtttMi (icaMoiber her?) 
Zta Zta Cakw. and PM Saiah. 

SkoaMcr pads proved to be a 
ckvse i^it apt clote enough boi trend 



while load oat and crolch 
grahkiag were among the worst 



For bcfl drcsted Harpers own 
SlinVni Acliviiiet Cixwdinator Slike 
Sejman won a few nominaiions along 

with Jeaaae Paakiaia wiaaiag the 
name award 

Of all the aaswen we've Men kcK. 
diough. the funniest om «w aa mmm 
lo the best dung ihal ever happened 10 
yon qmsiaa. Aa»dii« 10 ow «KhM. 
Ihe ben iMag thai ever hiypeaed M> 
ihoai WM die HmrHmgtr. 

Well, there you have it, aot tlie 
wumen. but the Beit and die Wont of 
dtennaiaaes. 



The ibava Hm ww it 
PotpotM •iriyaHl.ini 
hanaerdi 



December?, 1989 



Harbinger 



What's Happening 11 



Holiday events to ring in the season 

Things to do and see over the semester break 



By Pkyllin Brason 
Happ«Biag Editor 



Dccemher Ka» come «id the Midiyj 
»re upon u* Soon finaU *ill he over and 
semester break will alUwd students the 
offinnunity to enjoy the tughw Mni <«und'» 
of the season. The Mlowing i< a small 
umplini; of happening* in the Harper 
College communily Check your Uxal 
newspapers lor f mure events. 

ThBBtr* 

"Tww th* >>lghl B<lar( CbrWiM*,'' 
Micheic Vicc« « ongmal play pirsriued *y <*i 
Sugc (I 10 HI am. Monday through Friday 
md Sanmiayt n aoan ihruufh Ikinnhn :!? ai 
PwkwKk Theam, Touhy Avt an.) * 
Hiahoay. fuk Ridt«. Tickiis ai. 
•d««ice. $S JO M ihi *>« Call »>t^ — '. ..« 
nofc atfonnadoa. 

"Tht SmtcntiM.- ihe Onta«t> Tntnmt 
Chariiica 2'id annual jwoduciion luni 
Dccemher « M) tl (he Arie Cro»« Theaue 
Ticktu are W » il2 Call (Ji:i oo: lOI"*. 
for (RNipulfannalHm call (M:W<»I AltO 



Music 



May V 
■ Mill 



IS *l T W pm. Ciolf Mill 5ih<nn>i"« tmiet. 
North court near the enuance » K"hl «. tV» 
PlaMK*. Admuswn u free- Mfrltfr? 

IMMay Ul Jan: Oakum Communily 
Colle(C PercuajHW EnscmWe and It" Band 
will perform holiday (ai/ on t>c<.<•m^eI 1 5 al « 
pm the Pcfformmg An* Ccnicr, IMIO E 
Golf Ed , Dru Plamev 6" l"»0« 

Aaaaal CaadcllchI Pracm*la« of 

Lawem aad Carats. Five vocal chovt ami 

handhclKh..as. Decemhet P at 4 3<1 pm and 

"> V> pm. Si Lukr'i Lutheran Churvh. !»'• N 

. I PI . Park Rid|e AdmiMum i» frte 

' hrlalmas Imacts; Peilormamc hj ihc 
Imaiies of Sound. DiKemticr ID. I pro. Fati 
Mcilxxlin Church. 1903 E Euclid lid . 
AtlWflaa H««ku, 14 )«4 30.1) 



W. Vlalnr'a 1*l«l»r Artv I 

I'ejIIurmK visual, mutical and ilr > 
DiKemher 10, 7 pm. Si Viaun H „ 
i:i1 E Oakiun St.. Arlmiion Himhi. 
AdmmKmislwe 1«4I«0 

*Da-n Vaaraalf M»- -^ 
Schaumhuri Prairie Center. Oet>r 
am and 7 pm. Praine Center (or «i 
Schaumhufg (ourl. SihaumKitf; 1 W : 
$11 HIM .1Mlt> 

Morton <'•""-•■■■" ii-i--»v, ■• - 1 

Juhal t l-\rc '^ 
ptn, DeccmK ■ 
telebraiLtn ' 
mtlwlet an i>u 
rrlmhmenu at ihc Vuam i Ccnlet 

Museums 

Art Instltau HoMay Murie rr<wa«» 

Ml (wrforraBices. 1 1 W am and I »0 pm. the 
• rand Siamase. Michigan Ave aral Adam* 
SI i,M2) i4V'7«4 Ueiemhcf » ( hicaao 
Academy for the Am. IVccmhct *. 
Sharvood Con«erv«iorv Hon"" f 'uir Chow. 
Dwcmber 12. The Laiin SchiH.1 CTmw. 
December II. lohn f Kenned) H>»h School 
Chotr December t<. Roosevcli tiniversiiy 
G«<Hi|> Mtwre Five IV .-N- I*- Kings 

Art ImtMule H. .!■.■.•> I.^iur.^ (iven 
by museum cduc.1 >rv t.irunn oi-lorc die 
ipecial mcaiiinj of the veavoo aa a relates to 
key works of art in gallcriev liecemher I^. 



i.lwr 27, 1 •• pm. Napet Setilemem. :i>l 
■\tt Ave , Ailminum. i' VI an.! VI '*■ 

: ,,»» and chiMrem iV* WHO 

Vlclorlaa I'brlslwas Celebraltoa 
Hi'use lour, emeriainmoni ami c arriage TKtet. 
Oecemhel « aii-l li' ' ' f'' I'''-" fii-"-' 
Hivloiical "- 
HIaine* A ! 
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Unthl llouvr 

,ou.v .„ --^ ■" "'^ l""' '■"'""■ 

dcs-oraied onh mphjo .«n»m«-nu. antique 
toys Md a 10 tool ChriMmia tree. December 
» Bid •». 9 11 •"" '*'^1 ChK'go Ave . Oik 
Puf^ ^)r; •■■•IT bui tickets are 

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•Id Adam. St . Fti«. f.11j(4*» J6I0 



Tours 

Napervllle fandlellfht lilrotk aad 
"tkrlvlmas I* the Milage. Decwaled 

l>.Mne» and hu»me«.- •-' -^ •- l>.->cmtvt 
«. » » pm. Decen and 

»<»pm Drterohr- Sapr. 

.SeliK- •■■■ " 

V '. 
thiWi. 

NaytrvHIt HolMat loaf i.'uti:uu' 
t«lll oanay a HrtlBWH rmidences. bu.inc.aes 
I dKMMad far Chi i«(m«>. 



Daley Center Plaf 

i« made up of *<0 Wic*.- 

decoTMed onh ««' onum ■■■ 

garland w*f 7.1X1) l.(hi* 

!S»rth Michigan \>» The 

MagmrKani Mile » treev between Oak St an»l 

the Chicago River will be lit "iih 

apwosiari' ' ■*■ "'Ml miniaiurc Italian 

ImMs 

<illl, Ihc irecv between 

Congietv l'jji» iv if- 1 >* aiket l>r will he lit 
with KO.IMW miniature lights fnormous 
sauvfUkc lightv will hang fnwn Marshall 
Field t btnMint 

Cbkaia B«i«aiMc Cardra, Uke t.-ik 
Ed Glentoe It's «:M ■Christmas m ihe 
City" IS an e«hibiii,..i of Chnsunai. uc<» and 
MHiHciiias in die Garden's Eshibiuoo Hall 
dMWgh 1/1/90 Local |«de« ctabs have 
dKxwated ireis as "Chnsunai in lamdnn" and 
A Santa Fc CTwistmaa " Aho. • htdfOMW 
• ill be served at * pm and 7 pm, |>m.«nMr 
2(1. 21 and 22 The buffet is J». lor -'-^- 
afkl W for childfrn 



BroahrieM 7.««: Holiday Mafic 
Festival, weekend evemngv. IXxcmhcr tl 10. 
: s J " . 21 and 22 from S pm lo d '0 pm 
Img. carolcTv. icc »cuip(urc*. music. 
inc. cnvtumtvl thaiailcic and SanU will 
„.ir, .1.C wimci animali m the can part of Uw 
,(«. Animals include the dol|*ms in their 
tankc. Ihe cats, the childrtns roo and the 
rr[mlc house Admission i» S2 7S for adults 
and SI for seniors and children Parking it 
SI A«. It located am»t St and First Ave. 
m BrookficM 242 2b'0 or 4»S 026? 

-Amahk and Ihe Mghl VMUn' »m* 
"The Apple Tree" Holiday (ales. Park 
Rulge f.vmmunilv Church. 100 S Cotmland 
Ave . Park Ridge. * pm. December « and 9. 
7 pro. December 10. AdmiMion is tS for 
adullt an.! $2 SO lot childien umlrf 12 Ml 
«lh4 

"Dickens tn Dandee Parade in tm. 
IXcembcr 9. itownto.n *>»i l>indec. Free 
741 Sli«<i 

lc( Scalpllag fompetllloni 
Competition among area lollcgcc. 10 am. 
Uccemher 9 alone River Si mnlh ol Main St 
HI East Dundee 741 Sb«> 

HulMat Flgare •ikaling FshHilllaa: 
December \X 2 pm. Oakum Kc Arena, 2«00 
Oakton Ace. Park RiJge Free 692 \M1. 



Harper Events 



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The Adtenlures of Harua 
Maachaasaa. lust lor laughs comrdv nimt 
and cartoons. IJocember g. 6 pm. J14.1. $1 / 
t2 

"I'tallsal of LfssoBs and < arols 
December 10. 7 SOpm. 1141. SS 

Harptr Cmnmanlts and 

PaMlae Cmirrrl Band. December IS. 
7 .M pm. Culling Hall 

kkytkai and Moses Dante Concert. 
Oeccmhei IS. 7 Ittpm. JI4J. $S 



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Harbinger 



December 7. 1989 



Telephone registration 
December, January 



set for 



News Briefs 



Telephone fl■sl^lr.lln>n lor 
■spring i.U'>'<% M liifpcf t t>lkgc 
*ill be hfid Dfiembtfr 1! 
thrtwgh U lUMl )anuar> 2 J. 4 mii 
H I rum 10 4m to K pm and 
IVttmhcr 1 5 Mni lanumy ? (n<m 
10 am to 5 pm Siui) 
icgiticrin)! by phtmc muM 1.. 
thcu fee pa>itii>.m m ihc Bumih^. 
oITkc b> K am on Jamurv H 
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limilcti u> sluik,.,, ,.,., „j., 
taken in-Jii uiutm-v 41 Harper ami 
new \iutkiiLv »hti luu- fileil on 
applu.alu>n .11 k-.i\i iwo hu<iineM 
day* prior ui fnt:virati<n jml <»h,i 
•re registering ' 
hours or lett 
mm icfuivbMe afiu, ji « -i t , 

To rcjiiNlcr h\ iikj'hi'n. 
student'. slhuM ^ail W7 | Km and 
have iJkir vh lal tecuruy number, 
courw PR 1 1 » I iMirsr number imd 



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impaired viiHlent* mis . . ' 

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fviKC'i'* registiMKn ja quukl', 

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health care available 

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N'.«k> *,ih .1 resale value. 

wheiher ihe> jre used on Ihn 

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Greeting cards for sale from society 



Poetry deadlina 
December 3i 



Holiday tirceiing cards arc 
avaibMc now al the PaliuiiM; 
office of the Ameru jii Canter 
Stx. :h»est 

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Eavh mJvi iflt.tudes a 

^coninhuiiiin to the American 

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puhlicaiion pn/cs totalinc 

sii.ncif). 

Fvcry student who wrilts 
p««eir> should enter thin coniea. 
(.Jur lau-M Jl.OOO »inner was i 
viudcm Students alsti »on ^4 of 
the other pri/cs. .vaid Robert 
Nelson, publisher for the 
' » ■ " December break 
.ludents the chance 
.■ : le itie de<«dJiiie ' 
•els should enter it: 
■1 by sending up to su 
|K.ems. each no more than 20 
hnes. siitti iJica name and addivs 
•i page, to American Pociry 
■ii»n, tX-pt CT 90. ;50-A 
'"O Box IHO^. SMtt 
"^SOftl. Entfic« 
Jilcd by DcccmKf 
V new contest hegii. 
-^: — -, I. lyflo. 
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considered for publication in the 
Ameruan Poetry Anthology, a 
leading lollcciion of today's 

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Deck the halls... 

Second annual tree trimming party 



By Marc Balw 
Starr WrtUr 

Pkolot by Noratn Cak*« 
Pholn F.dilor 




Tarry Katow. har son Billy (ngW) and (nend. enjoy me cookes and cakes 
ol tha ta«ivA«s The kids were saddened to trnd out thai Santa would 
notbacomino (Santa was out buy>ng a brand new truck to transport as 
ttiosa presents to aN Ifta good wtie tx>ys and girts) 



LEFT 

Student Activities Coor 
dinator Mtchae! Neiman 
adds one o* the tmat 
touches 10 the tree Oetofe 
PresKteni Paul Thompson 
ii! It DiHerem groups and 
organij'aiions attended 
uie annual celebration 
*hch was coordinated by 
Meiman Each group was 
to ermg an ornameni that 
best represents their 
image The odd shaped 
onvamant is a blown up 
nMMH glove courtesy of 
Health Services Many 
decoTMion* fiiiad the Me. 
inctuciing: people chairw. 
angels ticket tape, 
stockings, ties Garfield 
ana many more 





ABOVE 

Harbinger Food Critic 
Waller Koopy. sampled 
an array ol holiday 
delights 'The spread 
was beautiful, but the 
punch was especially 
excellent, that is H you 
like It thick and chewy,* 
said Koopy 
LEFT 

Garfield was back 
after his mysterious 
disappearance last year 
The police never 
<ound the culprit, 
but Haibinger staff 
members have made 
allegations involv- 
ing Young Corporate 
Achievers including 
ransoms for tanning 
beds and Copperlone 
surtfan lotion 



ABOVE 

Harbinoers Busifw»» Mar»ager Marc Brtke and Food Cntic Vt^aHer Koopy take a moitMsntto 

reflect on the day s activities The fireplace warmed the spints of many, providing a holiday 

atmosphere filled with music, lauohter food and folly It was enjoyed by atl who came (or 

showed up! 

RIGHT 

Presidem Paul Thompson and Studwit Trustee Darlene Ivarson took t.n« out ol there busy 

schedules to attend the event 




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Student personal} up to five 
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MAIL BOXES ETC.. 

Ttie great alternative, invites 
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fesponsibie for fairing, pockmg 
shipping, counter work For further 
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Government |obs your area 
$17 840 S69.485 Call 1 602 638- 
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has openir>gs m shippmgreceiving 
Ful and part lime openings with one 
weekend day required Fie«ibie 
houts/day«. Can Todd alter 3 pm 593 
2139 

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Reading Books! $32.00O/yr potential 
Details (t) 6028388885. Eit BK 
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experience necc 120 E Golt Rd 
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lanzine comicstnp a la Dark Kmghi. 
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Childrens World Lewnmg Centers 
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We are tooking lor the very best 
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Chicago area 

We otter an e«cellent working 
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Sports 



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>Harbinfl>r 



Men's basketball Is off to a magical season 



■jr Loti Nunei 
(iiiest Wrtirr 




awch «aHl, It t mce ut compkiv liw Mvk 
tHKHhueil. bill <w ik-ftl lo impnnf on the 
. ' • 'K > of iMir pi.! 


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group Heart Irv ir 
he « a MagK Mjh 

The MjiiK Mat* iiiM Mar V| 


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BaskcihjII iDjch Paul KiUMwr, 


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magically begun lo • ■.iiini.i.iv 
aroand a prapam ihjf 
games over the toMH»( 




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li> the k\ii] j<>r U<c Kin 








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Currcnily. Itx coinh plan« u> look for 
.1 r.nlaccmcm 'Hupclully. well find 

• ■.h ik>»nihc line ' 

■ Mvtant Ciiath t>uanc Sell fcrU ttw 
lof icitun: «■ a blesiuny in di^guiv 

Il gives IK a chance lo rcM cwn tnHl\ 
because soonrr <t ijnr you ■iUul 10 
humouL' Sell -^lu) 

Mkr Ijiitik' Si (Talkie lonighi. the 
Hjwkv vomi Kfck lohdsi I jkc County on 
Salurdjy i^ pm Iip-ofO. then travel lo face 
rruman in Chicago on Tuesday evening at 
* ^11 pni he((vc boMing Ojkion Tuesday. 
rv, rmKf 10 at 7(1) pm Harper will aht> 
ihc ('i);h|.|cam Highland 
< •.■.Il in Frcepi>n, IIiiikiis on 

i ■ in.l ? s 



Lady Hawks recovering from a shaky start 



ll> Lou Nunr/ 
(lursl Wriirr 


Im 
was lhe\ 
hearts imi »;d»h uii.. 




lUMir hv' <aiJ 


If a H-^ run thai saw a \^ {[«i>mi 
dcfkil turn to 1 in less than a ihrci' mintiic 
span in SaiutJ.v -'-■'' ■ ■ 
»ere any indu i 

Hawks will. I.>: .. ,..,....; 


l(.,i 


msv lutui 1 iht- hiiri.r«n 


hankNhi ■ 


But 1 iineni, ihcs linit 
ihentKlves orugghng lo \U\ jNivt » ,ii, r 
with a ■<-' reiofil Thcv r-iikrit <-^ ., ■ ri t 


^nlnoruM, 



ityf the 
;ii; their ^ 
on the ' 



lout irou; 
fiuliiti! i1k-i;i 



pil-.il »m !■'[' I'f 



Dctpiie ihc rcicp' 
Coach Tom Tesihnci : 
Lady t^ljwks arc yet to tx ^ i n 



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pMints toUawsii 



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Ri-Kion IV ■. 
Saiurdj* ji 1 i 

ll s J v»i,,k oil itui 
c\ervh»»lv rcsicd up jiid i 
vivkh said. 



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Rags and riches for wrestlers 



By LiHi Nunti 
(iursi Writer 



One can ho^l ilcssnN- ihe lirsi ihrvc 
meets of the si-.i>4'n lor ihc l'>H<» '») 
Harpc wrestlers as goinc lioiii ruh. ■^, to 
ra^. ami bask to riches 

But. thanks in pan to o«l«tan>liiig 
performances from SoplHMnare« Jason 
linucanc. trie Bakcy. Bill Cordis. Rob 
Maleckc. Keith IX-man and freshman 
Waller Sanabra. the Hawks cuuJd be rKh 
beyond ihcir wildest dreams with a 
bankroll of natKHial qualifiers in Fcbrirary, 



akmg with a Region tV titk- iti boot 

"Were better because of all out ktdt 
ihjt came baik Ironi '.. '<* year 

ht'ail Coat h Norm 1 j > . 

The season b«.>>.»i. ,.. „,^;, gear as 
Bakey. Deman. CnrdLs. and Mateckc 
plaied in the uip four al the Southwciacm 
Michigan Autumn Open in Dowagiac. 
Michigan on NtTvemlier lllh with Bakey 
and Dcnian sharing the lille at 167 lb 

"The lophomoics really sci a good 
example of vkhal hard work and 
deiermiiulion will Jo lor ihc freshman. 
LnvcbLC said 

Aflcr no Hawk wreslUrs pbtcd at the 




>n, \\ isciinsm 
nd m which 
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Enc GoUtwrg oontamplalw • ' 
out trom undw WatMr Sr>at»< 



Nofthern Ops- 
over Thankv^ 
tl.i/per »eni ii[- 
r wers like lo»a and if 
: kiroupcdalSaiuidat « ^ 
the I'nisersily of U : 
There Finucane iiH>t. 



I lose v>ne that ho should sc won. 

Lovekkc I itnillu nlt'il A. Iin Ftftui-mc 

helwla 

Batcv - ■ - 

where he kxa u* the tuutnamcnt \ 
All-American from Mafquetie I 
kim "Murs toned him to dclaull Jarmg 
»U»lii l\Kks. 

We ht>pc il» milhihg wnou^." the 
^oach said.'biii were afraid it might be 
ligamem dBmage ' 

With foul mviics over the semester 
break. 1 ovclace would like to see his 



«)uad progress forward. "We J like lo ve 
the kids get bcucr « ith each nuk h 

Lovelace alsn fcet« good about the 
addition of football players Steve 
Rokiisck. *ho Mill compete in the 
hcivv vicighi division, and Chris 
Stcadman, *ho vnU ciMiifx-tc m the 177- 
IMd lb weight class 1>K-re s no questuw 
that they will h«'lp us out 

The Hawks' !,'iif uh-, u .m-r ihc ha-ak 
arc the Wiscc- itii. lamjMis of 

the I'nivcrsi;. ii^in Parkside 

Saturday. The lriu>i> liniic next Saturday 
in Rivei Grove, the Carthage Invite 
Sjlurday. January 6lh in Kenosha. 
Wisconsin and the Harper Invite in 
Hdilding M Satuiiby. J,inuars H 




Vliolo fry Nwin«n C«li«n 
Jaaofl Fmucan* snO Bin Cordis praclic* 
take o«<> 




P'lt. -, l.y si)..n»n C«li«fi 

CaiDlyfi Cowl*y puis on« up m piaoio* 



All-American 
Football 



9f Lea Nimmi 
Gaest Writer 



Add dme moce AU-AraencMi to 
iIk giowaig Hiiyer Iml 

RB JtmcM Hijrwaod. DL Joe 
Bdchcr, mi LB AMcaio StMoo wa« 
MMcd io AIl-AmencM team m 
Tmtitff. Bdcher mA Haywood wan 
MMad ID bo* dte HUCAA (NaiioMi 
liMier CoHefc AAMc Aaoctaliaa) 
Md I.e. Oritf-WiR leant. Hayvood 
earned NJCAA fini mm Md OiM- 
Wire bonorabte MMMiaa, whik 
Bektier raceiwd MoCNd laMi homn 
fron Orid-Wire aad NJCAA 
boaorablc menium. Sanoa was 
namd Gnd-Wiie hoMnHe aiiMiaiL 

For He^ Coach Join EliMik il 
maffced the Ttr* lime in five y«an dw 
the IVUCAA had n 



dwy O.C. 



RiQie Hawks, 

'iff fMM 

Crid-Wire. • 

coOepi raiiagt atrvice) teiecad i 

of oar plajcn, and die bOCAA oaiy 

sfiMcmtwo^ 

la addition. Haywood tiad 
Normaadale RB Rich Lacaa* 22 
MM c l ia o w M for ite NJCAA tilia. Hk 

fiMll 



dfctaMe hcM Lacai M 31 yarti I 

and no TD's, whik Haywood M a 

MidwM Bow« ncwd with «MB Tiyk. 



H/IRBINGER 



January 1 8. 1990 



William Rainey Harper Colleg* 



VOL 24. NO 17 



THIS WEEK 



INDEX 



News. 1 

Feature^ •• 

Entertainme'-! 3 

Happening 4 

Editorial 5 

Fun Page 6 

Classifieds 7 

Sports 8 



ENTERTAINMENT 



A "Where are you 
going to eat 
today" 

WaHef Koopy. Harbinger 
Odd Critic proposes 

aite'r.,ii,..-' to Mdfp«' 
Caittleria 



Page 3 



SPORTS 



A "Women's 
Basketball 
shoots for the 
win" 



Eliasik investigation continues 



Bv Mtihjcl M*«iw»tc/ 
KnlrrUinmrnl Kdili>r 



Tav k«n» , 1 
COD gjnw K 



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•« Juan ow«d rrw money lor an old debt, why 
would I bench him tor a ganw that coat us at 
the regional championship?" 

-Coach EUasik 



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n -artini! .1. 



"It JUJI11>»>'.I 'M. lll.XKv : r 

< iiitnc tins ciM u^ iJk- 

' lan made hi* »»« <k 
' <v. It had nodiinc 
Ml he owed mc." 




nwM OTWtMT •« •wrpw c 

Juan Taylor 



Collegians smoke less than others; 

but chewing tobacco's popularity continues to escalate 



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iri.-. um-nigciH'raiiontifchi-'*rr\ 
^ m imnc* inu> Utc middle js.'c 




Collcqe News Update 



Tuition costs rising fast 



Student leaders recognized 



■ .■K<^m-m»iihikrtj^ jiut.I 



- "II I n»!i liu"* 



Pool Room rumors falsified 



Although th«. \*'n ly)--IU »«. 

*i>rk ha* heen vuned Ctwiniry u- 



1i« ri-nn\'alHtn, «»> 
-■rv ■'■'■ iiruj will he 



Free legal advice available 



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■luo-i Wpni»ndotaingsftnm5 l'pn"<'f'-'5P"""A'-*"'""' 
low. BiiiKlmg Aj, 

SuiJeni* can mi** an arpoimmeni by cathng 397- WO e» 
:;4: ot 224?, or by coming inio ihe Smdcm AUivitie* OITice in 
x« gfwued » » re«iK o( fc)«*>w« by the A$M>. Siudenu •.ih»«ii ippomuncno «ib ie« the anomey on ■ 
MiuUmin^i.ivnurmi nmrnNKC irstudt»u<s«ocI*ea*mnMr«jrm •slkm Ntfw, ifome pciroitt 



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2-FEATURES 



H/!?BNGER 



January 18, 1990 



Warmth leads to cultural exchange 



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bci»ciii i(k- f tK'nJ'.hip 
Amhas<iaJiu\ Founitatmn o\ 
tipper M.mtv Ufr \ 
Ihc Kr-v Brjnvh 


11. 'ult lit ;', 


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singing ^: 
Dcmarrn. 1 : 




mcHl famous ctmiomjH^r.u V i^ ; 


M.'UL. ..1:. u.-tifgus j(U Ku--... 
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in vimmion movies. Arno' 


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^n jhundani amouni , 


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-in Hi.' lor (»o groups . 




'1 did rioi share 




.>liuh pron-s Ihi-rc i 


u'tHi^ nun was very stirpri^'J : 




ho* niiiny AnicrKan »<>ii.. 





Spring semester; time to walte up 



Tly Tamw Kertoa" 
Stuff Wriur 



1 hjvi- arrncj al a hrillr i.' 
cotK'lusHm ahtiul v»(Hti(; »iih i 
next sixteen *coks irMn. 
doesn't help I ,rud t.H lhrv> 
hours last nij;hl, .ind did noihrnr 
hul swell my eves shut 

"ipnn;" vuusrer i''""' ,!,v 



wciriicd osef '*! Iioufi : 
beard th.ii 
ri-puKive 



lallnl in sick one il. 
(inlit vtmc sort ol 
iirovsini." m ni\ fiox|rti> 



Iprwa 



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in.l 10 shrink those hn 
Risen enou|:h time II all 
Ills y(Hi eoiild make an 



1 >n J more serious not. 
■A.lvoiiie hai k to a Ires: 
-emesier May you get out *.]'..:■ 
-'"II pill into 11 

1 prom I w me one ihmg 



DOIT. 



Dirtflk-s Edw.iii..ii 

Interior VnliiUvliirvX iH^iyii 



1 ut 

Pn)p-.un w ith 
H;«qHr t olk-RT in 

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I (Mid A Nutritkm 



CALL 

MINDEUIN 
COLliCE 

6 




January 18. 1990 



K^rini-EF 



ENTERTAINMENT-3 



Where are you going to eat today? 



H iiltrr K<H»p> 
tlnrbrngtr K iiod » riiit 

WhjJ 1 3 pCTv 

The Hiirpct . 
Km mtKh to cm M. 7 i i ^ t 
Biic hoi iii:i|f; tint enough u< i 
your Momach. wul honu- i* u-.' 
faraway 

Where are yiJu going lo col 

rht- ;«■• RLOTv nmmmm and 
in the Hjfix:r 

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u v^^ !1 TmI 1" ' ■ !! i\ trm- 

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iluti.i;. , lui u> the Hjfpir 
.aktciu U>r ihoK *(ni ncej ;i 
link more ihan juii the ban 
minimum 

Whur ( aMkr 

Mavhc 11 (U4I me. Imi 
I m a jocker for sjidrri Whilc 
CaRtle provides u<ae quality ai j 
veiy affontaMe price If you di<n i 
feel like homhurgcrs. gei thuk^n 
Ir > all here 

Averjuf meal i>ni.e S: Mi 



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07. Tacil Beil ( ..( j ,vni,r ikxi i, 

f»l ami very *IUuinc lunch. Algonquin. Pali' 
make a nm for ih*' hotilcr tV luie titik loli, . 
nro* are etielk-ni. ih» hurriios 
are faiHiutic. and the n.k r>.i\ jn- 
dwbeuafmwd. 

Awmfr Rwal pru i S ' n . 



Hait»ng«' Food Cin* Wakw Koopy » 

^any uimpi*» at Harper calMaria a"- 

.irv) A& W ar« aiTiong tfw tcp c»wic»« o< Kut >i =, 



—,«' [)«•€.• With 
■ ■ jnc«, Arby't, 



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rcst-iuijiit 

Aurapr meal pnte-^s III 



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Next Week: 

Mike Sch«cKheiiner review \ the 
neu Matthew Brodcnck film, 
(iUtry. A film dealing uuh Ma> I 
intamrv men in the civil 




The Harper College 

Program Board 

Presents 



Comedian M T.V. Star 

RICHARD 
LEWIS 



8 p,in. 

Friday, March 9 ^ 

For tickets & information 

call the Harper College Box 

Office 

397-3000, extension 2547 

VISA/ Mastercard accepted 



_ _ 'UtaNWilWMtOovidUltermon 

Eidwrd t«wj« II oljo itor of ABC-1 




A lagukK guei) on 

Ridwrd l*wrji II olso wor of A"6C-TVi *Anytliina kur Lova. 
. 1«m43 ^ iwltOMd o new v^ieokipt coIIkj "I'm Ixhouatad," ond 
f»aqun«y lought »* Steve n Gory qn #»«« WtUP --'--■-- 




Avera. 

Ill l.uikyS lliner 



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■ :t\ ;ip|icti/crs jii- mi Urge they could 

lie he mo:iK. and (here is a wide 

r.in,-,. ,,f fiKid from lat'o* to hoi 

■ ' even nmck-l.v I he hcsl 

lino f.>r III.- Hift.,r 



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Born on the Forth 
fares well against 
competition 



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, punti 111 Ilk- I mil. J Suiiev IS 

i.ive It or leave it. I love it. 



iiiipiiftinl repeated fiy . 

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t HUM" *.Ul tCVNlulI) 

juiii jiul I'rralK cnerpy 

Ictt iliiring his early 

l.irii; for ^n«iwep(. A 

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■II idi- lonh ol Julv 

Pei>|>lc >>hfHild 

iisv- It IS the lalevi 

CiuiH tluk. oi think lii.U it 

■loiher tr:<diiion,il war film. 



ilu 
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" vour 

...i.ir, ,,|ihe 

lul. *hni jikl Mtn 

When »ar hreak'. out in 

inam a» he » titosc lu High 

'HH>I gradualKHi. he has few 

ti vervatKint ahoM domg In* sliaiv 



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Hull kiisK never wanted 
v>mpaihv hi' wanted 

imderitandinL- 

This lilm IS hrutally 
rcaliMiL. and probably even 
toned-down fn mi thai To expect 
anything le*s from Oliver Swoe 
would be an in<iult la him and all 
Vietnam VcieniHi. 



4- WHAT'S HAPPENING 



H-fErC-EF 



January 18. 1990 



Talkline seeks volunteers for crisis intervention 



i jikiinc/Nul-'v line. ih. nnU .'.; h, -^ir 
etna mtcrveniKin. mfiw m.ii i. ■« .m.l i..-i\-.r.il 
•""'■"•■ — 'v.rig (he H*t|>c» C'»llci!»- 
Hiking for v«))iiniGers. 
' .: 'r votaleen m given by 
mental hcaiib pnrfeUHiiMls. Talkline^ 
puriKMc IS w help catlm rcwtlvc ihi-ii 
own pniMcim. 

TtainiRf a hrkt five liimst each year 
The ntxl sexsKMi-k Ivgin im January ^0 .11 
C hrmus Vicior Churth. 1045 S 
xrlingion Hdgliiii Rd, Mk Or 

Sessions an held «» i> 



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10 pm; Sjtunb>. ft'hriMrv 10 lri»ti 10 
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January 18, 1990 



H,/^B^GER 



EDITORIAL-5 



Marks Menagerie 



Letters to the editor 



By Mark Jaant 
Staff Writer 



To all ihoic that arc irturning. 
wclconK back. To ihotc who mt here 
for the fuM umc. gnod luck! Far liKMe 
thai dcwi know mc (mmi of dte pcnpic 
I know dun I even know Itwrnselve;!) I 
wTDle a k-tu-r to ihr edilw bat year and 
the ediior inchief liked ii sn imHh the 
decided she wanud mc i<< *nu' dir thc 
paper (foc>ii<kh girl) She is cv^-n leiimg 
mc d(> a column (fnilislk iootnk $uii 

She warned lo know if I would be 
doing thin column on ihf impnnant 
iuue% of the dav like iho m^jMon of 

Pan^una. the f.i 

eic or ill ». 1. 

unpartant ihmii^.- kkv »ii> uir ^ui-^ u%i.: 
guy* that ucM them badly (and vcise- 
via:) or why is the numbar of led lighot 
you hii on the way to ichool direcih 
proportioiul lo how laK you arc or why 



do lim-v get kiow ■ * • r 
hurry' Whokiii'*^ v<i 
wyhxl) out there ' i 

Ai >tiu can tell. I mj> not knim 
wlvst dircclKW Im going in all the iiinc 
(or even much of the lime I bui ih;iis 
okay. It means thai I can keep pace »ich 
the high level dcviMims thjt mc huiIl- 
moiaui here Speaking u< which, it >uu 
know of anything goini; on arounJ 
campux ihai M.-cm% a liiUc -trance It :' 
mc a line here ai Ihe Hit'hmitrr i > 
expect any kind of super nujoi t 
ihcy. this Jill I ihe IriKi hui vkc 
whal »(■ kjtfi iU> II ii i:ei» i)«-.l A 
Icaiit have some lun with it 

>k1lat will he here ne^l « - 
time will k'll what mj\ . "i 
duty hitlf mind hul I »^:i ii i 
ataRMMmganO/or ih«»< ' '• 
poMiMe (wiih a« K - 
poniMei. So loni: i'- 
you will < 
gci ccnsui 



"Communist" cloud 



Although I read with grcal inii.te«l 
\\i Larry P Kcm « altempi ui jusiilv 
ihi- right* of smokc-r\. I alw liwiiil hi^ 
iciu-r w he insulting and A-moanini: i.i 
thiw individuals »h» lor decades luu- 
utiercd ln>m the loss ol («rs..n ii 
■edum in their own counn 
: ilk' riKiiiiumisrs konuiii 

' nannc the nn-ic 
■ Tttf tmr*ms m 



rcai*in resi'.iali is <»k' wJeJ is hex juse 
only thi»f »hii have dK*d i» developed a 
ihr.mk distMM: hecausc- ol Uieir unoking 
hjhii hjvc Ivcn able lo provi: the 
lirklnH's ol TcsirarthciN And, for your 
lonilususn ih,ii mmsmokcii arc simply 
inv»cr seeker*, open your eyes. Mr 
Kent, and notice the power that Harper 
smokers already povsess-ihe p«iws-r to 
Wim down our schiior And. in case you 
I :. : how I reached this 

isc he awair thai many 
irrn,-s i tusf seen Harper smokers 
simi'ls dfiH' their In sigaretles on the 

4T..... ^,..1 ^t -ir-.x.'U. ol iilif hint.lin -s ll 



will 




3iP George ^5dtrie,Di'j^on. 



HARBINGER 



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l-"ditors 




rws vcugiw 

lja AiSi 



ttdam m,,k-m'u: 



J«My Mtttm, imm llMHn. 

Marw tMWMk. Chm KMHk. 
aoMiMyiter, 



Overheard... 

•T'fl likf to switch tti an 
earlier unatt>ni> class. I 
hear the cadavers are 
fresher." 

"Where is '( * lt.l?" 



Harbinger has Satanism? 



I., 



.irli, 
Inir 



ffiik-.; 
> ..11 ,■ 



eyes. 
! n im 



.III atUc fc iBlcn ic * i.'i^ SaUii ' Vv 

vinw iMUiiOie in puMishing this .. 

ll ixruimly was not u> miorm, aiKi II "■ 

cenaHily tkMs ntH cnienain Stimwy •»' ' '■■ 

people Me «asdy mflucnci-d and might »•> ' '"'" 

tirice CMiMlhine wiu «ay in the intervic* «<•»" ""»■ you think ahiwi puiiiiii; an 

«no««d) A Uii irf ivopU- i.«Lis v». .f-tni' artxle aN>ut Satan or amilhcr ariK le of a 

Salan. and h- 

you are mak<> 

«.-em jlrighi >,*«,- 

puM>s«> »luth h>- ; 



artxle ahtHjl Satan or an>ilhcr ariK l< 
iiiilat type, think again I> 
.;lhei »am lo tarnish Ihr li 
rcpulaiion • 
; He Oavid Spada 



Har^s • 



, ediiof and leiMics lo our cdilori.il I v iters 

*dli .1 «si.il security numK-r SL/iiint^s 

aioedilins Semi ' 

iiday Ihnvugh Fiidj • 



oHkc hours 



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, '^'hic'r. persfin rrso'it ciesi^;- ;*"•• a ii-an^trc* vv-.v^e 



• mevstcrs lV'e,cotrplexltu*'i of Kls ]ob? 



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6-FUN PAGE 



H,.4?BrSER 



January 18, 1990 



iNUFRI THE BEAR 



By Scott Nychay 




JUJlL.-, I ' 

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HARPER COLLEGE PRESENTS 




Bonnie %gioc 




Harper College Theatre announces 
auditions for the Spring Production: 



Lovers' 

Friday, 8 pm 
February 16, 1990 



TtdMfS: 




Harper Students S7 
General Public StO 



Tniini a htn cvcnifuj i^l r,"-.;,-!,';. '•.■.7,^;. 



msllm 



mwmEiM^ 



FEBRUARY 5, 6, 7 
7:30 pm, BIdg. A-139 



Copies ol the play are on reserve in the 

Harper College Library 

Perlormance dales are April 27, 28.4t> 8 pr 

April 29, t>i' 230 pm 
May 4 4 5 (l<J 8 pm 

Any questions conlaci Todd Ballantyne 
in Speech Theatre 397-3000. Ext 2743 



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FORBIDDEN BROADWAY 




January 20. fiPM Sunday Jar^uary 31. 3 30PM 
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TRAVEL FILM SERIES PRESENTS 

ICELAND: EUROPE'S OUTBACK 

^ la..cinalir»j too* ■ <'»lir>g land . qiatten 

and «'jrtt)qua^»'i* 

Wedn*«lay. J«nu«r> 31. 7 30 PM 

Ticket* tS 00/t4 00 (tudent* ft eemort 

Aleo THE ELGIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
in a very special tribute to the 
BOSTON POPS 

Friday. January 19. SPM 

Twlial*: t17.S0/l1$.00 •ludenl* > Mniora 



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CALL m TICKETS: (708) 894-3600 "T^Z 



You're Invited 



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Saturday, February 24, 1990 



Registration begms ai 8 30 am m the College 
Ufiion Program and tours between 9 00 am and 
12 00 noon Meet faculty, students and Admission 
Counselors 

Phone now for more information! 

Tlmhurst College 

Office of Admission 
(708) 617-3400 

t90 Prospect Avervje. Elmhurst. Illinois 60126 



January 18, 1990 



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CLASSIFIED AD RATES « INFO. 

Siuoenf pofsonals up to •-■;• 
lines are free Stuaent non 
commerc.ai c'aK.'-Bni at© S i (X) 
for four tmei 25 

Comme' are S4 50 

for ttl© first four noes of pmt . or-Ha 55 
eocft oddrtionoi 

Deaaiine for ciossiri<?d!> o' i 
personals a noon Th'jfsclay " 
ods must be prepoicl. either by 
check. Visa or Mastercard 

The HorDinger wkiII not be 
responsible for typograpr-iicO' 
errors rrxjde on ods token ov€«r ffie 
phone 

For rotes ond informotion 
contact More Botke or t^e 
Harbinger Off'ce ?5' ■ ; 
extension 246*') 

Help Wanted. 



GOVERNMENT JOBS $ 16 !M0 
S50,230/v' ^Jow hiring Cm t-80&- 
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STUDENT AIDE 

Position available "Recycling 
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Student Activities. A336 eit 2242 

WANTED STUDENT AIDE 
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Typing, phone answering litmg 
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GOVIBNMENT HOMES from S' 
(U repair) Delinquent tox property 
f?epossessiorw Coll 1-805-667 6000 
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GOVERNMENT SEIZED Vehicles 
from , ;;;„ ( or ji Mercedes 
Corvettes Chevys Surplus Buyers 

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1990 NUDE COED CALENDAR 

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Fost, occurote fyr 
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Delinquent tai properly 
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THE 
HARBINGERl 
NEEDS 
YOU TO 
WRITE: 
NEWS, 
SPORTS, 
FEATURES, 
HAPPENING 
AND MORE. 
CALL 397- 
3000, X 2461 
FOR INFO. 



January 18. 1990 



Sports 



HARBINGt K r :a'-a 



Women's Basketball shoots for the win 



B; Lou Nmmi 
(lOftt Writer 






A ilh 



Cciilrt ihis (injlK N; iIh- 



(.oiilJ thi« he the M-ar ihji 
Ihc L«I>^U»k^ : ^.l^^.,k^, .■(, :i,„i,.!.,. 

year hCKl v.>,u>- %.i!ikjlt-r h„iv j.,.n :- 

hi- liiM N^' 




pionvhip h. 
. ^■^ I.. V. . 

By hcolm^- 
Chfisltnas Tourn»m«nt MvP '• ' ■ ' ••«■ l*^' 

StiWtWMGaicagoMtotitww.n cauwUUw ink- (« 

Guards Airn K.wi..| .mj pi'. 



Men's team fares well 



GitrM Wriirr 




GumO »m, Koitoi tends otf m»mt)«rs o( Roe* Valley's t«am m 
Tu««Jj^i gam* W»tch tof vama rasutts m neict waak's Hatbmgt 



Winter Sports Schedule 



Iticrc j»c .1 
on," comnu 
pteased. " 

Kanncf Kknowieilges dw (ki itui ihe 

"I think 
*ell »c hj 






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game odi ' 
siaat 

and worii timar;: 

tfioc.* 

Araoi^ the {*,...,, 
casoa 11 Georitc 



Truni.L 



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'.ly mjcht an ' 



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Hifhl, 



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"I Ihi:. 
i^Ktap'— ■ 
ihji I 

give hi- __ ,,,. 

Paul Combs, he wouldn i 
as nMch as he hsm." Kaiiiri 
knowj thai he needs ic 
(iefemivc end. whicb hi- 




January IS 


Wom»n s BasheitkaH ai Kanh^ee 


5 30pr. 


19(20 


uPs<)e 


10 ,T- 


20 


■ :)uPag« 
liaiKe'OjU at DuPaoe 
' at Waubons*** 


5 p< ■ 
10 Jr 


23 


Women s BasKctta't at Moiaine V jiJey 
Swimnsmg ai WriQfit 


7pm 
5 pm 
2pm 


26 


Swimming vs Triton 


2pm 


27 


Men s Basiietbail vs. South Subortsan 
Women s 8asKett)a« vs Soutn Surtximan 
Wrestling at North Central 
SwimiTiing at DuPao« 


3pm 
1 pm 
TBA 

10 am 


30 


Mett's Basketball at Triton 


Tpm 




Wcm,?n-"-' •' ■■• at Tfilon 


5 pm 


Febuary 3 


Men's Bj:,»eii, J 1 di iiitno s Valley 
Women $ BasKett)aH at lliirK>i5 Valley 
Wrestling at OoPage 
Swimming at Grand BapiJs 


7 pm 

5 pm 

10 am 

10 am 



TRACK AND FIELD 

MEETING: 

Monday, January 22, 3 pm, Rm. 244 

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Letters to the editor 



•♦••O* 5 



This week's calendar 




H/1RBINGER 



Januafy25, 1990 



THIS WEEK 



INDEX... 


News 


12 


Features 


3-4 


Ediionai 


5 


Eniertamment 


6 


Pull-out centerfold 


Entertainment 


7 


Happening 


8-9 


Fun Page Class 


10-11 


Spons 


12 


ENTFWTAmWENT 



Albums reviewed! 

Sl*vt Ha and Enc Jason. 
HBfbiftQSf Enfuftamm^ni 
cntics review nrme than 10 
albums 




Page 7 



SPORTS 



Women's basketball 



Ttwwtnrwig slrvah » ov«r. 
but the rlream « still akvo> 




WHWwn Ralney Marptf CoW«gt 



VOL. 24. NO. 18 



Bonds sold for expansion 



K* Tata Fmlrr 
Nrvxt iCdiior 



The Boanl of Tranee'i JVf>» 
lak of revenue Ixiadii le (cni ; 
million (or Harper lo l*uitd i "jlh* 
milliiMi rtpiin\H<n bf Uk ciimpu« 

The c»(Mn^H« of )ljqx-i Colk'ttc »ilt 
itKluite the rtniivaiH n »l Huildint! ) in 
allow (or addiluMUil lit>rar> %pdi(- " ' '>■ - 
cMnrnciion ot three huiilJiru 
pro|lCMC<l huiliiini.-> »ill .1...1I1 
mainicn < 



Student 
loses to FBI 



(CrS) A Si4ie llRivcriily of Nt* 
York PUn»bur|h uiideM has Umi m 
4pr('dl Ki get a kwli at Me Federal Bureau 
of lnvnti(atk)n'< (FBn fik alwiii hun 

The Third Ciicuil 1." S Court of 
Appeal* ID Philadelphia rukid Jan. 8 that 
the FBI did not have to let tlndrm Todtl 
Patterson. IR, net hi* own die. .<ktafU-d 
hecauw PMWrion had wnitrn the FBI Mt 
yeari a|o wvking mltvmaiKMi ahiHii the 
Soviei UiNoa lor a junior htgh m,IuoI 
ciiMtpfajoci 

The c<wt Hwi the file i r«mrn»s »err 
emtKA by 'vme wcrci^ (vnik'ttr. mA 
ihw couM no* he ohiiiiiu-d itirtmgli ihr 
Fncdom of Information .At. i 

"The FBI'* pusiuon alujv* njs tlui 
thcv had the nghl t« mvcvli|W£ him and 
the rt|thi to numiain his die.' etpUined 
Awii V S Aiiotney Swum Casscll, who 
arttuinl ihr caw for the hiMau. 

Patler«>n might appeal the dccmnn 
«id hi* lawyer. Frank Antin. a Ruigcn 
rn)ver\ii> l.iw pmf.-*^.^ 

Iciiuim hul the (iiul 

.k-ii-um h.iMii '. ,. viid 

' «i>iiivl ' ihjl \hc l-BI 

would hjvc II. . ;h thvif iinx- 

than follow d I ' { 

Edward .Man.' i v . 

Ainrik.2>n Civil i iK i: 

argued the vaw fiw Vm^ 



tmnltiKwr «k| a Pcrformmi! An- ' • •'■■•■ 
.»».., Si *<\\ . .-.i.i.iili .1 JIKI ■» .1 

iiniiitn lor ihc |mi(ri.i c hnfxd lo 
;iiManhl'*J| 
Additional funding lor i! 
include* $6 millKm generated \- 
iV) atre panel m ArlingMn H«.i(;h! 
1^(6 thai vasiv^c u«^kkt«dfora«ev 
vampu^ and *"i milium m conMrutiun 
redil tfOTO the Illinois Board of Ht^hci 
■ t„. ,11.,.. luiii , Additional liBidini: is 
otrng qipfoval fnnn iK- 



Suie the projixt ha^ a low ranking on 
IBHE's prioriI> liM and il is unlikely to 
Kvicve funding ihn year .KiorJing to 
Prrvideni Paul Thompson 

A referenda passed h'. it., .; inniuniiy 
m \^11> allowed for ih. ,nue 

isonds for the construe n- ..ond 

' r lis jml the cipansKin ol Ku mam 
, UN Hii»ivcr. because ol lower 
..-nroiiniem. the Mcoml campus *.iv n.x 
netosary and ihe tWMii has ik. ..ud lo 
focus on the cipansion of the mam 
..inipu.. 





Duck, duck, goose! 

Mansers vtryown have returned The wanti weather last week brought 
bach some of our old Iriends from Ihe south. The geese and ducks 
•Mil here, are many of the returning fowl thai Hve In artd around campus. 



Harbinger offers cash reward 



By Marc Balkr 
Staff Writer 



A Macintosh conipaier 

w ith keyhnard and miMae vahted 
at more than f IdOO »at atcilea 
from live Harhinttrr OfTtce laM 
weekend The incident ociurrrd 
hriween 4 W pm Fnday . and t 
am Monday . 

There were ae mgm of 
forced entrv The door was 



kicked on Fntlay afien««. 

The comptaer »*» l««t snrn 
Friday .. 
pm *l 
fejiiures etiiiof teii .. i im ..u> 

Tan Vaughn, editor in 
ehief. and Maria fo/wiak. 
wercury, imved early Monday 
morning am) noticed the 
coMiMier wai numnf . Jorwiak 
caHeii PaHic Safety and (cpnned 
thclhcft. 



~The fact thiM tl was stolen 
was upsetting enough, but 

■mg we have not (laid for M 

A as even more upwuiog." 
NUHcd Vaughn. 

The compMcr. one of two 
piWKiiaied n Dccemher was the 
aeweM atMilion to the compulnr 
netwewk at the llarhimner 
Increased revenue made the 
purt-hase possihle. it took four 
.1 si: the funds 



'We really needed the new 
terminal, its a shame we wilt 
not be able U) afford another one 
until nest fall,' Niaird Vaughn. 

The llarbntgrr is offering a 
cash reward to anyone with 
tnfomMtKM leading to die return 
of Ihe compuier. 

The theft IS itill under 
investigation. If you have any 
informatiaa. piCMC call PuMk 
Safety ai eaiensioa 23K). 




2-NEWS 

spring graduates will face 



keen competition in job search 



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'" ~ ,„g bullhcspnnif should he more a. 

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Announces 
A new Distribution Facility in 



PALATINE 

Part-time opportunities ideal tor Harper Students 




out our advantages! 

EXCELLENT PAY 
STEADY EMPLOYMENT 
HEALTH BENEFITS 

-?ESrEeTc;rBTUNmES 



Applications taken here 
Building A 

WATCH FOR TIMES] 

AND DAYS 



Applications taken . ^°^°^y^gy3 9am - 11 am UPS « a negua.oppo.tun.yengog:^ 



January 25, 1990 



H-f5if tER 



FEATURES-3 



Fashion design student represents USA in Paris 



Hi iliM ( hinluitd 
^rJl^^r^^c^l| nf 

til I'l Ok *vthi. Homf nl 
Iwwc ciMUtm.- whf re di-M(!n 
en tkovrcant- Ihrir «t* Itsh c n 
•cmMu. Giacrful m<»kK 
■«K>M down thi mn».iv 

W-jhtMnsJiniwniilMwul 
FasitHM »hi)» It J fllncl^t. 
unveiling )i<uf ik'Mt:niil i.„ 
mem U) JD 4udK-fk:c in j 
Jream come in«r 

N-cjiw fcaiiiy a, Hirpir 
(ashH>n dr»pi stutkni Rj- 
>^^hclMcAJp«.(rfPartRMl|tf. 
» on 4 c hance 10 Kpf cscmihc 
1 mKd Soicv in Pan* dunng 
J New York compciittcm 



(teMfB JCtluak UK liMlin,,- 
«te OiKaga All IiiMiiuk' aiKl 
J»i-liilcTBaiwBalAi.*kiin ,.t 

Nt.-rtli,.i.,l.v.„.. ,„, [V^,^,„ 

^^l(l>< S(iimj 

Mil »n.(i.fN nas jniik- 
'tt'ik' '.rr U trri. - ^ . . 



Hk' tl'IKiiu- 
l»'i 

(>> f'UiniiiB Mjiri/in, „^) 
Air (riKf ipiv, ^' 
vtaiKic III con-ii. 



v'f,: 



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onlmalp* a{ Iwimii (fcMnn 
aiwl mmlMftditmit '\tc 
iiTOIn-iii) li,i njir hui ihK 
■N Itk- tirvi (iitK- »<• hjit- J 
Jvicn.r Fr{ifcvrnun|t ihc 
l nik-J Suics in Ilk- inu-nt^ 
lional Kxnprtirum " 

Clark bl•|^r^(^ H,»|ii!f 
tm • nmrnf, ht|!b i^iu) 
*!mii |iiii«mn wiih eur\ 
kM iaMmcMm bir ukMcd 
tetiKHi (kdim and men han 
dwiiW uadcmt ~Our «««»» 
P"**"" K lJv3t *c arc !.► 



"People dont believe we can be a 
viable fashion school." 

•Samfrs Ctor* 



I dkin 1 t\()i%i ui Win 
anything -uHlMtAlpin "I 
*» '" happy to I* m New 
York and in thr compctiUM. 
I was vcr> ociicd »hcn I 
*o«> Then. I kwi ii I wts, 
numb fnmi head m m- " 

McAtpin comjK-ud 
aftamsl S< viuJonis l„,ii, :" 



i.alcd in northni-u vuNvtian 
Chica»o." said Clark 
•PeoptedDBihclievc wctan 
lie ■ vuMe fwiMm Khmir 
(Bywmwnfavanetyar 
awanb m auiDcmin con^- 
iitKinA* *<• have ulready 
j: Jincif .1 ^u|ll•rKlr rrpmatnia 



■ '■inn 
f'jrn, MntaM].Jj(,.u, July 

andllk-( liSN 

>ic-IU''k».l>! 

taiihnnaHraailci. . 
Wnc uuttu fa ^m^^ ^^ 
««•■« 10 be want by a 
y«»«« lady dMinr the An 
De i rii>m(iiic Gmid Pji* « 
*e Lonfrvhamp Rji attack in 
•^Hv JSraduaUuBcomBuBv 
»• a »cli koiiwn wuvi'i . 
urihiopinBtirtiiliwL 
«jn miiHuai m j h»jtc my ti» 
J Mmn> summer alirrMtn 

^kAltlIn dTHTiK-^ Ihi- 
A"*!!;" ihc Mihnitied (.» iK- 
f^"» >.ti«>peij|it>n jft v»tjr 
aWe an 1 lie k, u^- ,„, 
imaciMtoii tad creaie I 

wamjwpkioiikeaMtond 
kwk- 

Her drew 4ymlki)i/r< a 
ti^h I hkf fnh." saiil 
Ml Alpia. I incd m intorpi. 
rm icatei and (eaihen tiuu 
*■ *»«il"" The gunnew » 
made nut of ultra- uirUr hiiH 
Cirtle> jpplii|w,| hy hjnj In 
J»ve»,tai«;elrtu Winjn,! 
hraiaarr uwi) i,> .i,M ^h.;,v 



iJto.- 
iHapi 

H«l U 

(mIiIi.- 

Iheevciudt' >, {>uxcik- 
'"wam e »». .i Vmu H> i ki 
fKh»i>nihow."i,M,uKvlnl 
« the linaii Ume .•( p^rn 
•**•»•>." mhI Clark M.r 
culk-v-|Hin »a>c»i,-n,,,, .,,,( 
viaj I ; 




highly si>|<tii-.imit,| ti»asa 
•lUalMvprcMniJiion 

S<tHlcm.Nals..ha.lih<(m- 
pwiunnt Hi n,ii ihf Amen- 
i.aB Aiatlemv «.« fashiiw Dc 
•.»!»•» in Partv Ciue»i> »cre 
iTcaUd II) the cvi-(ul»«i ii( 
mid IWi and earl) .^(ih ten 
lur> prnk-mv vn a hKiwe 
and hmoTKal la»hHm <hnw 
Tile inic-mati»nal inm 
piiMHn pvc MvAlpm a 
ttmmt B ihnw hrr ile*^, 
and HMftt «tudniu an op- 
pxnunnv usiiend a fwwn 
uirno witfi an c\ tenvi ve di< 
pijv (.f workl »Hk. M,iik-m 

!-i hicn., TN.. ,,«,, ,„..„, ... 



OfV»1 tor tot D«,mtHi, , Pg,,, comB,t«ion 



and lapanfy 

I he dvM^'nv in ihe in 
icmaiimulicmipemjon were 
■nnovaiive siulptural. un- 
UMal. hiiEMy aeauvc and 
avai« garde. • said Clark 

An athk-d feoiure of ihv 
■*"» »a^ a rresenuilHm ,,| 
iJCMgnslniBi Oemh U-hi,Hi 
<lc«l(pi «t-h<>>lN IlK- gar 
•""*« were very ocuipiural. 
• uid Clark They were 
Ihrei diiiK-nviiHial. mx (lai 
(.•arimriK 

^'' li^^hJaftanwonihc 
«i Ihc ctmifM-ii- 



■n iLv own way "Ouf siu- 
Anix have learned Inwi de- 
sign and men handiMng picj- 
nuaiwwiN in the nalKmal and 
ink'rnatHmal level said 
Clark Thisodge uill hi-lp 
UN 111 rulureuHnpelnmns ' 
IliisUipvviisjvuHider- 
lul etpiKure to many dirter- 
eni avenues o( the norld of 
lashion." said Clark Tt was 
a chaoa' to meet students, 
see lashiim illmirauom. «>- 
tiah/e, and visit museums. 
h>uiiques.ir.Jit,e (Vis Ika 
inarkii 



IVLMKDIATE OPENINGS 



SFCRtTAKlM 
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Client 
mailable at 



'™ '"'«""'""^ """ "'tl-knovvi, 

"II levels of offirr si. II.. 
%cerfi:iri<*« ...... s"«iii sKiiis: 

clerhV and - . "f"'^'"'- bou^krcpers, 
offer' ."t "'""""H litr faclory. WtST 
Offers ,op «,g,,. b„„^,^^ ^^^ ^^.^ 

opportunity to earn 
n»w and v»orh 



»atalions. t.relleni 
«»«ra cash! call 
borne. 



citnt to 



CALL 605-0555 






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^Sf temporary Service 

600 Woodfitid Dr. S»iie-ll70 

Schauniburi! 

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Health Corner 



Wifiiii oUen hiiri>;< lii'.ilih 
priiblenis sath as ci>ld\, l!u ar. 
• Mlicr respiratory mretiinn 
Inhaling tdUl air ill! 
»arm Isrumhi ol ih 

-. ,.,.,. I. 1.. 1, XM\Uk\ v.. r..',:'\. .. 

"ujihine 

"III !• '.! . 



llit*VJll> thus 

■.ifiiiiru! ariil 
J«i vvhuh 



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iv f.x ■>: 

>*lli ■..ItlM- 



ilrviri^ ,i| ih,' mutll^ n.i-iiihr..iu> 
ol the iii.ss', nuHilh and ihnui 
Therefore, every home lueds 
*"''''•' moisture in »uuer Tin- 

" indoor hunii.liiv |^ .{(>.; 
'' ' iii hi' avhieved hv using a 
liuiiiutitk'r 

Wtih .ill thcM- rfi\.iuih.ii. 

IlK Ici.li. ■ 

siill vakh .1 .iii ; 



H.irper < nWcfc H, ..lih 

I-rovides mituHii iturk-e 

'M' iTn*div.5lM*n .I'-t'iiin. 

Iivmc. 

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> ■! 'ih 



Sue loiilhknital teeing is 
.iv,iil,ihle (or mononinU-osis. 
piiTnantv. luN ■ualK 

u.msnimed div 



''l ih.ii. 

'"»•-- ■'-' .^.::.,1 

IB AW.: Ironi »( (K» am to vtm 
pm Mtwday to Thursday, and 
■ «' am to 4 (») pm on Fri'dav 

Registered nurses stall iho 
ricalih Servive f'hv 
avaihihle Iree ol ihai. 
and a half hours periUs » jn i-,i 
.22ftX tor times and appointments 
The Drug. Akohol, and 
Wellness Network (DAWN) is 
also located in A362. For 
suhviance ahuse preventHm. 
infomiation. eduiittion prngramii. 
gniiip support, rcsourtes. rcfctrals 
and the PAIS iPeer Advisors 
1 istening to Sil ,„„ 

I all en 26.% 

II you have am qucsiions. 
sk>P hy or call the Heahh Scrviie 
iW DAWN In tree, confidential, 
and lor v,.,. 



4-FEATURES 



H -1'- 1 



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January 25, 1 990 



4Al« IHE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD A ■ 



"Pmipk- in \i<w Ni-ii:hNwh.i.»l 

llK- [X-iipIc [hjl ilHl ITKVt »hi-n 



■ r ( .•llii'i- \.lnimi.|Mi,^s .(11,1 Suilt 



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M t>iiBikfMlti 

IViui (if tlw l.»rnin( Rmwrir t mtrr 

Wh»l dn >(Hi rnj«u mmi jhoui \i>ur jnfc? I ,-n)(n ihc 

inier».iKinih4U»vurshiiu flu.T>jnJmv,4tf A 

Urge and Jner-it-cniupih.,.. ; j 1 RC mjtcrr.. -.»- 

ea>M«T »iUi thcif hard »o»k »>d AilkaiHw u. vr\. 
Harper cimmunm 
(irritlrsi wciifflplnlHMrM: W lU: 

itiu(!hu-f> ii) gnm u|<JMNl|»cpariiv i. .,, .. , 

the wa> 

«4l»i« fi» MiMlrMt: t«I lo rcallv imm »,nj| cIswkiri 

(atuhv. nwr .uunyrlof* arid viw hhr.injn \l,o. dimi he 

HOB 

toajaiMrr time. I rajov wartLMfoiiiny hohbn •^ - »iv-n I 

CM get aw»y frtini frpairmn md fliiim min«» ^mhJ Otc 

house. ( 

IMMm: ck«ah work. wueKOtm pmmmg md dHWMg. 

pef!>miricoin|iMMg.»inkM||MditKiMs 



can al»a>^ 



1 hi 1^1.1 krjfi 

Infi.rm.iii.m MrtrplH.nivi 

V» hiil d., tint fnjin mmi «H<H,t „„, j,j,7 ,jf,^j^. ^„,^ , 

■ '|ilftlM««il: I- 



; ;> a ii ifcign language jiu 11 ju I jJMiuj , : 
«reaiCT heaiefB ttHBi m«rin^ ar»d i .mm . 
» nil !■< 1-J;- iHiUide ihi- I'nUfrf Sui. > 

lillll.*vpiireli»».lmjo):hc.ng»,lf,m> ljii„(v .,n,li,:,-nj, 
ir-iMlmc. and gtwnjf B concern «d aic *r.i> 

Irv ^kltt^,; 



I Sivri 
Media .SftrcijiliM 

Wfcal dii yam «ija.t aMiM akaM ymr jnfc? I 
couni on ihc Audwi Vi%uj1 tefMnmaN «nl) 
(irfMtM acca»|»li»hnriii: C,mpkm$ a mcomI Mjwjcr* 
deijw m Lihnrk and lf.!,-rnuii.«. iJimJu^ 
Advie, A., ««d».ix: ; ,„e««e itai » ihe 

oncihin(tni)i)iici.an 1 :i. vou 

!■ ■!.> spar* limt. I njtn: Ivmu *iih nu UniiK 
Hokbip,: golt. tHwImit jnd in m^ u, icam mpiij uk. |iuni). 



Lisa Varum 

MmlmimM Oatrrmb Awwnair 

WkMd*>iMMiii» noiaknM^mr job? W,xtmK •'* ^- 

Smtkm AaOmsaOon Thcyn vm amve motivjjcd mu 

dPMv, and fm (cjtlv pt.hmI it( ihcir mmmiimitu m Harp.! 

(ireurM aii<wiplisbm,M: The Uai,-nmiimh^h»Kffl ni> 

grom-M jLv>w..pt.4.nK-ni, I ^ih a ».* I cn|i.v, h,>u^-hi a nc» 

lar. (mishi'd vh»«il. mou-divoi..n mv t»n. and i-. < t-m- iicl 

**»(« (or .rtwlrniv ,.,( t.^,, ,„„,,, 

t«ncthi«Kmf!4tn.. i>l«>fcihcpir> 

lcch«jucaBittwr>KeniunundhaJI»ay«l»OHgliy«tf,utm» 
year I did 

la my tptirr liiM, i «||Bt: nsidmf^. blimf 

r«dii»)t. \iimfi. biktnf and abnod anvibaqt oui . 

HokWe*: u.llcaing an,«,ae i:Ulu.\3niera.s.*«d«,Mninc 

lha('<ii>iklarHtiitihjik' 








John Sturz 



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January 25. 1990 



H/fBr>l5ER 



EDITORIAL-5 



Mark's Menagerie 



Murk Jtfmr« 
<ilalT Hriirr 



Well. hcfC 1 an . r (or 4 

Mcond week iihrv i mv 



Id i-.ii- m *,., ..i-.H- h44k Ml 
Owens !.T !h,-.- : HI 'ihn ,li.lr- 
krni* \' 
absent I 
Viiu »ill 1.1: 
lu«c Ukcn ' 
him iT i"^ 

llHTC I". 



tlui int 

hcufi Kl ilw IIUlUI 

tymNiU and such ;.>. 

w MO kb'-s I\. 

you dti IV -.h.'w . 

'rcok *»t n.diiM vu .u. 

IS siriilmilv *ht'(i ho I': 
- 1,111 »i:i .nil iv . 



, » . ..V III dye sUji - 
(■•V !ii . ., . and lili'J II 

ukI l\-*: jum- i»i » h,ii ; U .r 



set J I ■ 

Bui. K 

uikc hi 

1.11 li-a>' 

ClaM >vu %>ttl Mtl (;t.'i .1 

tin ,«v K VI-. , III .III. I 

While 1 rii ,,n 111, 
learning: >' 
siiKk'niv 

^lullcnt^ .;...; .,.. 
•n J iiimtitcni hsisi 



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Ecological action needed 

'An ounce ofprevention is worth a pound of cure' 



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•' '•■ •■ ■ 'v^.i ililk' .H-tK'd, 

.iM scmcMiT. Student TruMcc Dariemr l\a: 



"Ti nvvcimp p' 
I cd, they 

.- ...sii. the »■•■ • - 

iii> markc, 

•I- "mty cvv.... ...-.....„„ 

hment of a lan rcc 



lip the push 

When ihc aiuiiiiir.:!!! ;.,in i:ollectu)n 

vlearlv marked Nuc and white 

*s.—" ' — 'iced by discreet, hrown 

I Keep an esc out for 



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:„..CIltS. plus lC.i...w-. .....: I, i. I Mi., nils. 

IS shufncd ar<->und d;ii!v Anv paper 

',■ K,. I,;ls r,Tw I.- I. ;>,„.Lf ■„„ t^. 



AiHjId be an c\ • .1 

,,iJi rieededfui'.,; . 

, ev for the environment is 

ijst's n.ior.i, .irh.H, s ulii, h 



s cafcicna is siiji using siyrolnani pLiies. lups. 

liners This suniCMni vouUi txr easily repl.ited by 

etfeclive. ci'iiip:ir.ibly 

^.;erous to nianulailure 

i paper piiKluvls. Harper would help create a 

rhe nurfcci is turremiy enpencncing a ):Iiit 

.i\f number d p«Mplo a-cychnp 

V iliTic :i !iit .'I ,!.i!naj;e dime 10 the c.inh. W'c iiiusl 

1 find Piir entire race homeless. 

•ine An an cducaminal insimmon 

rcscrvaiion. Only through education and 

■ >n sun ive long enough to use what ue le.im 



Ian \ au;:hn 
Idittir-in-C hief 



HARBINGER 



I.ilili-rs 



}iMtiii)rM h^tl-* 

Wimugwytii^ ka>uH 



Staff 



«- iH f« ((ttfing <Wj.irf»»« *nd fir.*. ti«ami 

A^lllfBI|lliBI MMf WW«il<«IW' !>»'*» *rftilli«^ 



»4%«iMia|aft«li«yy<iiitiH«wiiiM««'tH«iiJtof'i«M 




C«VK«N i*N. ^M M«*uv«r, «a fi^ a 



Letters to the editor 



Amnesty international lends hope to political prisoners 



ttnjniMntvu .lini it'ii, 

llgKinoi H< This 
p«v>vcn hs Ihc rihju 

*iiUI v>idc>ir(Uini/aiiifi luiiwa \ 
Imematuxuil 

AmncMir Intcfnutmiitl ts uym^ u 
iMlieiAlfeiClKcntNwjmliKhi'i hui 

nglH* VK*III«I« b> i !■!'■ 

Io^Umt tm a giiaiss i 

■niemcmhcfs an n 1 ' 

lMi-inaUtV>al Sc-iti-Unul in 
arc given mUwinjlMfi Ihji ' 
painstakingly gaihi'rcd hs iht 
ncsani/JUim s inti-nutHina)l> asjvi led 
taieaKh «if( 



The rocmhcis ih, 

.imiri tnri.iK- i'4,\,nif' 



■.,-11^ 
.if>- 



. K-cn 1 



Ktnng li» the lunlinuiatHin i<t thi!> 
iifiinniini work It is a place ci kamiii); 
Il « thtiuMintb ol Uttdenui. am) the fact that 



II Is a ui>mmunit> college allows (i» 
viikk nis jnd community invnlvrmcm. 
I jin currcnily wiwking 10 surt jn 
\iiiiusiY Ink-nuuHnul campus group at 

i.iH«i I nccdpciTplc whi'afc iniin 1 1! !,■ 
..iniaii nu" Michael Schwcishcinu 1 

ti dfKs not lake a Ijtfc mmmiinicnt 
ID hccnmc a pan ol Animsiv, lusi j Imle 
;,ine and a tot i>l tH>(x- Heiiu-nih»r It is 

slier 10 light oiie v .in<lle It-.iii in luisi' ilic 

' irkik'vv 

M h II I s, hwrishrimrr 






'Interview With Satan' response an overreactlon 



In ictp.inse ii, l)jv ul Spjilj s kiui m 
Ifac January I h llurhimer regarding Kn 
laltr%ki» Milk Satan I ihmk I 
.«peik far many whi-n I say that >i>u air 
incneacting quiir * bit Ml etiurv Uk- 
artitlc »a.s wiillcn a^ a satirr pi.->ha(<-> 
itiere shoukj have hcen a header staling 
dun the InicTv lew was a HarhtHiitr 
(iaikiwecn traditKin. has ing run for \tatt 
yean akOHly Alw. Mr Spada. you uy 
dM 'itccnanly wa> m* to nform Isanrc 
rarrK ii' snd it eettunly ikyts not 



eiiii. lUiii Well. II enleoainrd roe. as It 
has (kmc lt« ihiw yciirs. and pnihaMy 
many others who iLsn don't take It M 
seriously ds you have 

There s aiHHhrr piura I lect I musi 
laisc It s ume you opened y«iur mind to 
other peopk- s v lewpnints I certainly don i 
consHkr niyjcll a Satan worshipper, hui il 
I wcte. It s my prcleiencc. and I woukl take 
offense al the things yo«i said One man s 
good tan he another iTuns evil Your be 
lu-ls shiHitd Iv resjic^ie*! as much as jns 



perstm », wheiha they worship Ciod 
«r Satan or noKxly 

Finally , your argument that the 
Harbinger used this arUele to gain alien 
IKW IS )XHniless The llarhn\f,er is fr««, 
st> why would they have any reason to 
improve their circulauon hy pnnung 
scnsatKmalisiK;" stones' 

I. for one. hope u> see Aa later- 
view Hiih Salaa fcprinied again lhi.s 
(Viobcr 
il-VIN Key 



6-ENTERTAINMENT 

Top of the 
Hill Singles 
Review 



K4^?ftER 



January 25. 1990 



lu sin» Hill 
>u(T Wriirr 



Glory will be remembered 



Mike Sih«»i<lieim»r 
Staff Wfilff 



SvMV 



How tan JtK-1 top the litf ■"•">: 
lUiwcvcr, J cixi-l .iiu-mrt wiih «' t^'' 

>,.i. Surruund W. . !■ raMirc 
Alurr the rck-a'^- i>) the 
diiKr track P'ttmn Krj'-ui 
with a dilfcrent wMig )"« 
has that ginhit-rou*"-- «iu : ' 

K^clhct »iih a ijixhJ drum maihiiK- li 
iiound.'t mfitc m lc\s like i l"*c stiir. An 
original song 

Stamlint Iherr. Tb* l>e«Hir»^ 

Siouxsic Sioux jnJ Bu>li;iv ol 
Siouxsie and the Ban'JK** icjm up I.* ih^' 
Mcond ume around Ji The C'rcatun-x ihis 
time with a Mmg that is a «qucl lot virtv 
to the Ban-Owes iinvcss IVck \ Bix> It ^ 
a good lalm-tmgcd xwg »ith Kfu^ ih.n 
lake man haling to nc» hv-ij;hi-. 

/•roud 10 Fail. Im Mc( MlkK'h 

The first single Iriim the iDmKi Kh.> 
and the Bunnvm.n lead singet iv an 
cxquisiic piip irt-alum tlvcrc s )usi lh>- 
right amounis ol everything giiiiar, 
drums tcourtess ot Bims WiHunis o) the 
Cure), and vixals Ciiupled » ith a liiili- 
background kmmledgc of ilie ij^i l^» 
years of McCulloths i.i-- ihi- -..m- i.ik,.- 
on profound meaning- 



. .1 hv ld»4rd/«ii-k iH-j.'c. ii.i- 
n;j>!e into a iwninit m.>ii,.n 



i-^iiiK;ii 01 the M«s«.Kh»-.l'- 

olunieci Mmmy •» Mtn nn^' "'- 

nwwul of * 7^ vrar i4d Bosioniafl 

lOMi Roten Otwld Sha*. T*e Mlh 

„iH dw Ant iD black rcgtmeiu crcjHol 

IV iie Itotlll » fiMflH the Civil War. 

The Mm cenen »ri»ind the younj 
Slnw. |>Ijved by Maillie* Brodcrick 
Bet«nning with hu horrifying 
eiipcneni.e> ai Anoetani uniil t.c aixciHs 
the inviialion to kad the (uil all black 
regir:u-itt Tbe filiii thtn fotlc** him 
lfarcM(h the ininini period and tinally 
Ind* UiMi MM «Mk m the attack on 
Fort WifRCT' 

tRMlBfkfc's ttUfU — C« WM ■ml 

bM he «d aoi «em <|Hiie righi fn the 
iwt. He conveyed «i*al Shaw'i i turai.i« 
wm mpfMtJi 10 he wlcqaMeiy. tnit u 

IS thai his o»n personjlin 



Moft-in ■ ' '■'■ 

»«tk Willi iliv ■ 
C<Mnil. played a 
'nobmieceod lo l)i:hi ■■■ 
role largely MrertihciKd ilw •^uril .'I 
Mack-pridc hUk ^.ddiet\ had during dtc 
Civil M^ar 

As a whole, the film wa» »ery 
entcruming The Mory wat ukcn 
dircetly frtmi hinoty aad are«(theaed 
by the MMlepth look « wme mea oTihe 
ragMMW. The only firoblea t had mm 
dM ewciy oonfiici »M loolvod ta a wqr 
dM Mdc e««iy*ta| ait ngfa ti cwnc 
off w heiHg tDO food to be irae. 

The way in which was pM logelhet 
by Zwick was in aa epic Myte The 
lOHves vkoe Mark and memorallr. wi* 
cokitlul pairiiMic lifhling and the 
paintui rcalny « «ar aiiddealh lliMors 
V. as Jcfuiiicly purtiay ,4 ai accwaiely 



Glory i\ wonti seeinit lor it> 
Minm.ni and huiDrtcal annbules li 
. trie racial hairod dM has held 

ih.ii. mrk r.n ^enmnr- «-* •'' '-hIc and 

.li iirniaijiKifi thai ' J 'h"" 

■ M -lit aeainvi aiai - , ; •" """ 

■i liiuo. Not a !la»lcv» work of 

-I picluie an. but oae that will N- 

1. inrmbacd for the siorv it icll». 

(Jltiry 

Slarriac Matthtw Brodrrirk, 

j Cary KIwe*. Drnrel 

WathingloB. Morgan Fr»e«aB 

Dirrcird Bt David Zwirk 

125 Mia. 

***4 



Eicellenl ***** 
!V«r^r.ixxl **** 
iOakl *** 

Far ** 



t lit ir'inu 



Jf.u'. I U-ve l.'K. Kctrni:. 

1 »i> HKitihcrs »l V» 
released sule |" 
Bemar^l Sun 
vkho-i' ■ ' 

\ Smith 
Pet Sh. i 

easiK 



Huuk s skle pruje^ i 
has Uio muth of ihi 
Orik-[ B-saJe. 



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The Harper C o I I e g e 
Program Board, 
Presents 



r.ru aiiil 
tin 1.' 



,.«>! hut 
par Se* 



Bitrinnii Ingulf. MlaWrj 

(>h vkhat a irealmn lhi> simj: l^. 
espenatly il you like violent l.i ' w-t 
noisy mush. Taking another i 

away from the iingmal Bcaf-*hs»' 

«)unJ 'soa and Paul BaU . 

vliji- ■ '.hrai* metal (\«iui:' 



fin Cnft. Skinny rupi>> 

Wiih ihe parlKipaii 
\l i-Minvruon on the l.n 

>> , the AI InlluctKV pusliv^ it^ 

,:' (Vmcn p;ir«i.u!jfK m'.!.- the 

ciivl ol ih ■■"'^ 

completely '''' 

muxio 

UallucmatwH Generatii^n. The 
GrafMinic TwMMae 

Quite a good dance track Irom a new 
Ncuwerk irtisi Ntnhing partuulartv 
exeiimg. but its better than a UM ol 
others, 

Shame.HiUtt l-bb 

The LP seision nt Shame wax good 
enough, yei NiL/cr Ebb felt it was 
netesisary lo re record it for a new I T and 
7- vcraoo The rc recording is very much 
inferior to the ongina! This in mind its 
worth seeking out Ihc German imp<wi l : 
which IS remixed Irom the anginal ai. ' > i 
,h.. new version As Kmg anUicv » i 
>jing It. they ahcmM hav 

. taster too 



Comedian & T.V. Star 

RICHARD 
LEWIS 







8 p'fTI. 

Friday, March 9 

For tickets & information 

call the Harper College Box 

Office 

397-3000, extension 2547 

VISA/Masfercard aaepted 



A legubf gucit on "lor* Night With David Unermon/;^ 

Richlrd L^is .. ol» .0. of ABC-TV. "Anythmg Bot lov«. ^ 
lewis |us( reteosed o new videotope coHwi " Im |*»«aujt«d, and 

freq Jnlly loughs with Steve 'n C5ofy on ihelf WiyLrod^o show. 




1990 

HARBINGER 

College Transfer 

Guide 




MMt*»T McmCiMi 



(LEFT) Joyc* NotM wth tlud*M Darran Practwdko 



^iH?!!!^^^"~— — — — — — — " ■■ ■ ■ — — — — 

I College Transfer Pull-out Section By Marc J. ealke/ Business Manager 

Harper graduation requirements: step by step 




For assoaale de 
graM, anainmanl oi a mm 
mum oi 60 semesttr hours 
ofcrecM MteasiSOotwfucti 

must be sarned m anendance at Hwp«r 
Collflge For certificales ol oamp<<rtior\ 
50^; o< required credH hours must be 
earned at Harper Waiver ot the (alter 
requirement by the vice pretidem o) aca 
demic attairs may be made inrtwre excep- 
tional arcumstances warrant Up to two 
hourscredii mphyscal education aci»wty 
courses (too leveii may be includ«K) as 
Ireeeiectivesinthe mmmxim 60 required 
hours tor an associate degree 

A maximum ot lour semester hours 
ol Independent Study cred« may tie m 
duded as tree eiectives m the mtmmurn 
60 required hours lor an associate de 
gree 



B 



scwnceoe 



Attainm*;"! ot a mini 
mum grade point average ot 
2 tor aH worti required tor 
the associate m arts and the 
assoctale m soence degrees Attain 
ment ot a miramum grade point average 
ol 2 lor any appiKabie 60 semester 
hours work lor the assooate m app*ed 
scNmce degree and ceniftcates 

K^eef the constitution 
requirement of the llhrwis 
Stale School Code Tmscan 
be met by 1 1 ) sutyntting an 
olfioal INifWis htgh school transcnpi stal 
ing the requirement has been met ot {2i 
successfully comptetmg PSC I0i or i3) 
passing a coiege adnwistered test ot 
tNr (J S Conaiiuton. Nknois Constitution, 
the proper use and disptay of the Amwi 



demoaanc 

a 



can tlag and the pnnciples ot Amencan 
dettwaalic government 

Reqwremertt ot 60 
hours must be m courses 
numbered 1 00 or above tor 
the degrees ol associate in 
arts or assooate m soence (Courses 
below too level may tie used only where 
A AS pnjgram requires ) 

Futtidment ol appro 
p«ate associate degree re 
quirements m eltect when 
student mathcutaied 
In addition to ttie alx>ve require 
ments. students enrolted in a speatic 
career program win fuRitl the reouire 
inerts outlined m that progran 
ct»ange8 m program requiren' 
cessitated by licensing and'or a«:"»0' 




Educational planning flow chart 



* Develop an educational plan 
ttifough discussion with a counselor 

* Narrow your choicfl o4 four-year 
iKhoolassootiMpotiibtt Transfer 
inlormalton matertals. wonohops on 
^nsterrtng, and vmts t>y ooiage rap- 
lesentatives may help you in this 
process. 

* Obiainacataiogtromtheschools! 
that you areconsKfenng and become 

lamilidr wim tin ■■■ r,.ii. i: •' '.r, ,i- ■ • 



and your maior area requiretner«s 

* ApproxHnateiy one year beiore you 
plan to transler contact the schoo<{s; ot 
you cttoce requeswig apptcation tor 
admission, Hnaiictal ak) and intorrnotion 
on housing. Note any deadlines lor re 
turn ol applcaiiont, leec or |ransai(>ts 

' It possible, visii the schooKsl thiiM 
interest you the n»t.! 
aOmssions «aft and 



' Siibwix an the necessary appbca- 
tiorw to the tour year coHegesumver- 
siiies ol your choice and request that 
ttie Harper College Registrar s Office. 
A 213, send transcripts to th<?m 

* File a petition tor graduation from 
Harper College m the Registrar's W- 
tice no later man mKJterm ol the se- 
mester you plan to graduate 



You're Invited 




Saturday, February 24, 1990 



Registration begins at 8 30 a m in trie College 
UtMon Program and tours between 9 00 am and 
12 00 noon Meet faculty students and Admission 
Counselors 

Phone now for more information! 

'Bmhurst College 

Office of Admission 
(708) 617-3400 

190 Prospea Avenue. Elmhurst. NlmoiS 601 26 



What to see and do 
when visiting a 
college campus 



■ AHT GAU.EHIES; A»e students work on 
dtpiay? ArtsfiowBoltfudenis-woitihelitrtgu 
HMy? ItoM the ODlegt or univwsly punchMw 
•Mam piMM and add Hum to Itw ooawlton? 

■ ATHLETIC 

cover tr»eowis- 
rai program* •'■ 

'>; ■-; .*'■ 

■ aOOKSTORC: When is i open** Can you 

cMavi ItKlboohs? Can you rebjm books i. you 
dMpaoauTM? MhMiMisanalDcMdinyourfieikt 

olMMeai? 

■ CLASSROOMS A LECTUr 

■ ■ ■ '.ugfil by professors 01 ~, ,•...— -, ^ 

•i pioiessofs have regular office ho.„- 

■ OMMO rAOUneS: How ollan art mMli 
MTMd^ Whu NpiMm I yow mtefliMla? toMM 
(UK o«w meal plan or aiv ttttni Mwwai tram wMch 

IBCdOPM? 



OnttrHaad on next »ag* 




ing agencies musi be observed by si.. 
dents who are already admitted and m 
process in itw programs 

7 A student must 
piHition tor graduation and 
pay the graduation tee ot 
S15 00 Notification ol the 
student s intent to graduate will be ac- 
cepted in the Registrar's Oitice no later 
than one weeK after the rredterm ol the 
semester in whch the student intends to 
graduate Students are eix;ou'aged to 
parlc^te in the tormal graduation cere- 
nxsnyinMay Students are encouraged 
to complete their petition tor graduation 
when registenng lor the seinesier in 
AtHcfi their graduffiion requirements will 
•' luitiiied 



Transfer 
Info 



The Student Devetopmontl 
Centers in Di 42 and 11 1 7 hav« I 
extensive resource inlormation | 
tor St: ■'*('""• planning to trans 
tef ' 'etMllegebulip 

tins a.iij applications lor ^ • 
schoote. Tramfw guide o n 
eluding course «qu)val«ncy in- 1 
formation wher« availabto. 
have been developed lor ttie| 
follovying inifx>«s schoote: 

These (oHowmg echootsi 
haveeoompact apr eeme n tiw it h I 
Harper College. They aooepl| 
the A.A. or A.S. degtiM i 
meeting all genermi edueatton | 
requirementt and grant auto- 
matic junior atanding upon] 
transfer. 

Eatlem HNnoie Univeniy.| 
ChleHon {1-«00)-2S2-57t1 

QevamoTi Stato U n tKaraMy. 
UmverMyPark (1 •70e)-5M-9000 1 

<«noie State Univenlly. Nor- 
mal (l-600>-322-23i4 

Nodham Mmie Uitivenlty. 

oaKab (1 -aoot-ase-aoso 

Southern Mnols LMveftKy.l 
Caitiondale (1 -a00)-642 3S31 



Macomb (1-800>-322-9M2l 




Visiting a college 




CoP.Irnu»d 



^rpic iL*r'-i". t Aono*Tn0ict 



HOU9MG: Ar«)wur«9iif«dioliv*ina«l0m»- 

thedormnortMOiMtf* Can you change 

iat anytime? How lllNiMcur«y main 

' looim wMpcwd wMh ooiTpuie<«'> 

« bar Of vending machin«« room m 



4*i 



Whenis"rusn 'A»ecnap«' • 
schoiarsrvps a:»atiafci«^ .'. 
move >nlo a so'ortty c" 

are invo^ec! in men-t ■ 

■ library: Whan ill opOT?l»»nlntt saw**- 
ngtotbookaandartnawawilgbla? Aratypawrt 
jrsort«ordpmMaoraava«aMio«ud«nts7 Are 
«• anat open to undergraduales'' 

■ musk: PflACTlCC ROOM: Wtmn af« Ihe 

■■■5 open' Are (rvey open ,,„iy )„ rf,^^^ ^t,, 



■ newspaper: Is Ihara a tiudwt MwiiMr 
." ' OoesiihaveavotunMarstalfforfniMyoube 
m the loumalsin pfogram? Can you be part lime 
«an> Can you tutim* unaofidM «•<««'> 



■ STUOENTCXNTBPI: VMian 

Mivtcat and actiMiiet doat itw 
Mudanif? AfviharagamaioonM, 
and a caMaria. tor exanfM? 



"J have 



itopan? What 
oaMef pwvide tor 




I «AOtO « TV STATIONS *.! 



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■ RELIGiOUS CENTERS: Howmartyi^iacMOf 
worsiwp are on cainpjc and mrhich laahs aia r«pi«. 
sanietf' HowoflefiareserviotihekP WhalliirKta 
o« facianan actrv«HM can tludens jotn? 



Ti^ansferring to CSF 

is as easy as 



ABC! 



A 



App»v 





. , tor oamusiori 'ransto' %'■ _, 
3€>rits entering CSF tuji tmrte os 
juniors gerwwoJtv ciampiete the* 
B A degree* <ty tour semesters 
■*o veorj) 

»e awQiB ttvat teduong your 
college fmttor* costs ttwough 
ftnancKH okJ otkI our Commun. 
tv College Sctxjtarst^ps makes 
.3ttendif\g CSf comporoDie to 
attending a DuDKc college or 

Cciii fooov tof an ODOointrT^ent 
with Tfonstei CoorciHTOtor Sheryl 
Poui to de»ertT>ir» what courses 
you r«ea to corripiete your RA 

degree 



Apply for Admission No««f 



Jl 

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'St. Francis 



Call Today 
(SIS) 740-3400 



■ TMEATWCALFWaUTEES: . ._ 

01 the peitormartcat ii«ai have been d^od re- 
cer^V Can non ilieatre maioct fry out tor playt^ 
How good art iht laconical lacWes sound and 
Sght booths, tiagino mactimefy. prop oonrtwegan 
makeup, and rahawsat rooms? 



'••■(.r : ^,-"■». you may t>e templed to 

.,■..■ ,•, , ; * ►,..in#r yoo want to emoi 
•:- tx» sf aKjvx: e , howe ver, is to take 
- 'vaiuaie your opiKjrwr, CoUegeis 
rfvoid snap judgemenC; 



DOIT. 




ItNufX Niilriltoii 
DkiitKN ItitKatiiin 
inurior \nhiH\Hin i\ IV-siiyi 



PrttRTJm Hiih 
liarpcT(olk^- 



Trinity 

< hristijii < i>ll«m- 



CALL 

MINDM.MN 
COIXK.l 




WE SUGGEST A TRANSFER. 

„ **'!!!!!*^ *'»*»• '''^•*»«^Sho...«,oi«« you liwe« 
WMdy •ariNRl amt tu>», trot BachMofi degiM ,n busmeis «lm.nis«ratofl, o.n.-ai stud«» or l«Hl 

G«tmflyou'a»c«<*ofi«»«>r««« MaHmckio* m«B» 8o«»8 » * ooHwe 

•«h a 9 1 MuOentli.iich., ra»o Havmg acCMt 6> a rww ttai«-o|.th. «rt com,' 
pt«».c«t»f T*,noe«yof«r«n,ng cimm M U you' tclMduta Ocr-j ^ 
reseatft m an 8.000- wMum. Uw iiorwy wnh oompmeruad r««atcr» p-o ' 
a»am» Havmfl auMrMmoK) protassonalc on Iha lacuty «»w cam abou- 
your futuia 

An»r aX. your lumw • wrtat wtucaKon • all aboul A lour-yMr oaora/ 
•romMCNS may bt your tidiatlosoccMainlia ^ 

»*to''< i^^wwairouBW credit tor lti«d««l<Myo«t»anfl« toward a toor-yMi prog , -- 
ZM-ToM "1^'^" °" »*^ ""•'**' ** " '='***^ • aw**-' O^-a. a-e wa caK « 

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' ' '.•■■ ' ' ~i' -i—i 't t-'CuCdlion 

^ " 1 'a ;>'•.-■ J jtteniion 

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iBC is ttie siate & lop ranked tour year 
coiiegie m ine percent ol graOuaies 
*itV3 <|0 on lor doclorate degrees An 
f I, ,-■ ,.'" I'lOiCdt.on ot now well we 
■••■ : 1 •lied Students, and help 
■ ineir goals You i' also 
. Our experienced, hioriiy 
1 jily laKes j personal 
; ,r, ^oui Success 

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' impk u( a young hand fresh trom the 
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III ili'if imn vkav. KiihiHit dKKKing to np 
jnyiTK' iill Nil) that Tcm Tnra IS all that 
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»ilh<>ul lh<' Usual posing. Surprise Attack 

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RyOi Prrun 

The Canadian ptiuer trm Rush has 
1 lu' Si-en knovtn as the kings of 
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' '11 111 1474 WUh iheii neviesi effort. 
rifstii il\i.> I1.HC sli^;hil\ reiurned to 
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halanie of synthcsi/exs and guitar thai had 
ma.k Rush s.i famous in tlv- past Presto 
Ulls short 111 N'ing a classic, like Mihibj 
'■. r.i'i- \»as in 1981. and ends up more 

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itw t«>nii,{ striKic ii syndi moam through 
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Alev 1 ifeson has more of a contribulion 
on ih!s album giving him Ihe opportunity 
It) be in ihc spodighl again Overall it is 
Willi gical hope 1 look lorviatd 10 the next 
Rush alhum cause 11 is obvious Rush is 
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energetic complev sound thev had on 
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Basketball 
streak broken 



By lim Nunr/ 
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The wmninK »««ak may 
nir hul ihf droHn is i4ill 



alivi- 

I »<ly Hawk< Biwilicihall 
tiwh, Tom Teschnct. tmw the 
icam « 10 game wmaMg metk 
coR-e K) an end laii Hitindiiv 
The Hspcr »«itKn Ml lo h.-M 
Kankakee M *} m ;i r>,' 
conlcitnce game. 

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N4t" Confcrenif kfimn iti 
»hith they utu: ihcir rannl u 
4 (115 iivcfalh h\ K ■ 
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!l vki- 1 an. wc have i k- •• ■• ■'. 

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i*ks clftwi 

j>:.!in*.i J Ham inai hod W(»o41 
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Mraighi ai home f>n {op iif 
IhjI. the hiKi Ijdy Cavaliers 
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kmitu- i-.i 

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mill ifie game Ihcs 

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S(Hih<im«>fe\ Ann k,./ii.l 
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i.mU Ha»k^ »iih 14 pomiN 
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i;ivcn th<'m a i:i»»tl n.:. ... , 
the coKh i»Ht 

Tesehnet alw (ell rti.ii 

< 'jn< h.'la pbyed the hi-ti gaiu^ 

.'I Shi Lirecf "^hc came nri 

lie 111 the iieeoiK; h.iti ,; 

1 1' »>d effort " 

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almovi liixt It ai the 
( 'h.iji{>arali < » 12. 1 :, unA a 

*4 >> kjj with < 10 iell iini.l 
Kivi,.| i,« i. .h.iTie 

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laict gave fiaiper the i. . 
gnidat "6 U A wiim.; ' 
IXMtiUt pliiv am>ihe-r i 
tH Kii/iol (>iii ihe e.ii 
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It iu-l {■i>.\ , . 

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eacb game.' Tcactwet wd 

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Men on road to success 



Jty l.ny Nunez 
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in the tirM hall 
"1 le.«l ,• (,.|h, 1 



led KH-ei2. until a Id-; run ikMCd 
;hr le.i<1 in <»C HO mih t 7S Ici'i 



Oilk* agatit fcd the way »iih 
•" pnint<>. fotlowcil h^ guard 
I'aut Combs. 

The Hawks »ill host Soiuli 
Suburban on Sattirday alleriuxm 
ii ' fim 



.11- it lei 
.Saturday 
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an. I 
lu. 

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jitay gmng iim^ j 
■ showdown at 
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I'liUill .1 

V.lljller 

In the K.«.» saiicv *m, the 
•cam avenged Uic MJil Im* m 

the Troiaas tl' ^ ' '■ — f^- 
"iemi (mi ratwd 

'hnsimas Oavvi 



Hawks the lead lut 
»rre able !■> <iifeteh 



the Aiih IV 

P"l"i 11 Hr,,4>s 

a.kk.1 i'- 

In Ihe l>ul'age game the 
Hawks stayed with the tilth 
plated ('happarals ( "i <, J 1 ) until 
a 104) tm gave the ||«n, a 41-2$ D.f* Murray goM « for a 




PtMa by NwiMn Cahtu 
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Wrestlers' work pays off winter Sports Schedule 



The Harp>r ( 

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llic seastiB and over the semester hie.ik 
and the work h.ix jmuI ,,ii „,,i, , 

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January I 



Uophv ju-l as iiii|'t, 

wrcwler paced in ih, 

piHimJ Walter S.inahi,., ,.- , ■■_,. 

alnng with Jason Fmusane i U: 

and Erx I»,ikcy i!sxi>n 

Second pk. 
Malitke 1 1*4 '■ 

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lbs I am, I s;, i . H.ku -. . 

Weight 1 

The team also pljsea 
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ta* ever placed. Eiit Bakes ... i 
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plase 



liiiishi 

itlUshby *'<aiisi ^aiiaMia .uiii iriti.l i 1.x .* 

finiihcn by Bill Cordis ami K.iih 

IX-man 

lascn Finmane was non.mjted 
M\ I' .'I the Carthage Kmrnann m 

ErK tlakcy was mHiuiuteJ \t\ p ,.| 
the fiarper Invite 

Harper w. 
W'aubtinscc 

II he- at the 



As the season ..... 
Head Ctiach Norm l... 
\-sivtant Coash Dan ! 

iinish 
■!l bi- 

.lis at 
nisni.in N,,,,|j iijl,,,.^, [,f, ,,j j^ 



The Harbinger is looking for a 
few good men... 

The HatDingm w curr«i% tMMng sports wiit«f$ (or wintar and spnng 
sports \mn«mi«jamMmUwmMrmttm%»oMoon»a Tanorbsa 
at tfw Hwtanow o«c«. worn AM7, •«l«*pn 2460 

Vtm Hmitirftf m an mqutd opportuniiy mrnptaynr 



January 26 Stwirrymit^ vs Trrton 

27 Men's Baakalball ws South Sut>urt)an 
Woman's BaskatbaH vs Sotjth Surtxjiban 
Wresding at North Central 
SMMTwning ai OuPaga 

30 Man s Basketball at Triton 
Women s Basketball at Tmon 

Febuary 3 Mens Basketball at IMirxyis Valley 

Women s Basketball at Illinois Valley 
Wrestliryg at OuPage 
SiMmminQ at Grand Rapids 

8 Men s Basketbaa vs Joket 
Womens Basketball vs Jolet 

• Men s Basketball at Roc* VMey 
Women s Basketball at Rock Vallay 

9 Swimming at IRinots Benedidina 

13 Men's Basketball vs OuPage 
Women's Basketball vs DuPago 
Swmwwgvs Wright 

17 Mens Basketball vs Moraine Vafley 
Womens Basketball vs Moraine Vafiey 

20 Women's Basketball at South Surban 

22 Mens BasketbaH vs Tnton 



2pm 

3pm 

1 pm 

TBA 

10am 

7pm 
5pm 

7pm 

5pm 

10 am 

10 am 

7pm 
5pm 

7pm 

Spm 

5pm 

7pm 
Spm 
1 pm 

Spm 
1 pm 

Spm 

7pm 



H/1RBINGER 



February 1. 1990 



THIS WEEK 



INDEX. 



News 1 

Features 2 

Entertainment 3 

Happening 4 

Editorial 5 

Fun Page 6 

Classifieds 7 

Sports 8 



ENTERTAINMENT 



A Steve Hill. 
Harbinger Music 
Critic, reviews the 
bands; Ministry and 
Skinny Puppy 

Also Fmd Mike 
Sctuweishetmef* movw 
review o* Mystery Tram a film 
by Jim Jarnujsch 



Page 3 



SPORTS 



A Basketball 

Lady Hawks 
on the road to 
victory! 

N4C mi0 m stake on S^ur 
day's game 




William Ralney Harper College 



VOL 24 NO 1 8 



Bakas selected as trustee 

Former Harper Vice President tills empty seat on Board 



II > \Ut( Kittkr 

surrurim 



Ffmi-r Vkc t*ri'»Ht.-iit •>< 
Balus u 
Bokv. a rc^uJcni <>( Artingliw 

Hi'lt'hK !•■ fillini- •k.kjnlsCjU 

iti.ii tv.i- vii i>n ihc 

Hiufi) If ■ 

Iticri- wi-Tc nine cjiMl>ititi.'<> 
appKiiig lof ihc ptxidim. hut 



•r.h HaUsttadthi 



It.:. 

Colic. 
hu*.im 



..iry DiMfKl > 


f«im u,i 


i.l>ni ol 


■linoii Slali- 


Sm.Ivi.; 


iiixinic 

MjWjs \^tll he rc- 

Itu^ui- Miihjel 

.1 lavl >i-jr 

.1 |oh in 












ihi-rc were «wm- 






iinluljli-«,. hul hiv 






< fiisc ami colk'i;>- 




1 


. .■ rlLlvK- him stjii.t 



Clubs and Organizations Day planned 



By Aliu (kiiilKnd 
\««Uljiiit MasaKli*C ('illlitr 

\ri- \i*u in\.il.c.l in 
lanip'" .fc.lnmcN' *iiuU yim 
!ik' I.' bc^ Hcic 1 your 
<i(>l>iiriunily. Club« anil 
Organi/adoAt Days arc dov 
ap|mMi.'hm|| Thi« yiMW. I r 
ihc ;s tampu* iffouf ■ 
up uMcii. Iriim 4 ;>i: 

. A kiunyc 

Mv M a goni 

'.kin ID beriu 
.'^ mtd ocjtani 



~dij Miai.Ki v.. 

tifiiiiuituf tit v*,iMlt-ni - 

li . 
Ihc pa 

year. 1. 

were jtUol fvm (l^i 

tlutw aiu) {)t 



nturmaiton about Harper > 
. li^ iifld orgmuaiKms 




BACCHUS Chapter started 



By Vtarc Batkr 



BArniUS (BoCHt Ale 
iihol C'i>nM.ii>u»iiBB Concern 
ing ibc Health of linivrr<>ity 
SiuttrniM, a national «iudcni 
iiiiMi Kiih nuMi- ihan 
'iliairil chdpifr^ at 
■iiwtuiium of Kighcr ciliKauan 
hai a iw» chapter at llarpet 
Colletf 

Th |Toup% primary 
lorivorn iv » iih the health ot 
lh.li MudcniN. ihf in^iiiution 
ami ihe ciinimuniiy They hctp 
all aifes hetcimc miirr aware of 
the use and non u»e «l 

f)ne the phik)x>phus iv lo 
alleviale Ihe abuse »l jUkIioI 
iMi campus Mcmhtr Mary 
Hook »aid. 'Wc proiimif 



enhanci^ an undenitaiKbng ol 

aktihrri am) itn atnne' 

L a 1 1 W c il n c N J ,1 \ . 

BAcrnrs het- 

meelinf! <»n vaiiu 
nK-itih«'r\ Irixn t-'d^uin Ultiuus 
InivcrMiys chapter were 
pre<>ent lo kiik otl ihe new 
chapter while helping siudcntii 
get acquaintfJ wiih the 
argani/^iiHKi 

"While kccpmg itutlcnts 
inlormrd we ptoaxnte poMUve 
lileMylcs and wc also help 
develcv cK'i. iNion -niaking 
skilK, vai.J Hoik 

Students, lacully and 
adniiniwakwt are wekomc u^ 
torn Meetings will he held on 
Wednesdays fnim 'pm lii 4p«ti 
in room AM7. 

For more information 
,oni,icl Tyra SalascI at 




^.cnMhle drinking, while ctU'iiHioii -2.Z0 



Phano by Itonnwi Cvtmn 
Sandy Gatlion. a studant from Eattarn Univarsity. addrassas Iha 
r»m BACCHUS group on campus 



Cupid running rampant on campus 

Locate the Harbinger 'Lo\/e God' and you can win a prize 



By Mart Balk* 
Staff Writer 



Pages 



The//.. TuHl 

Cupid i.'"- rhe 

vonti'^t will Iv »K tu i.ii 1 ucMuiv. ri-i*fiiary 
t\ Irom noon until 'pm 

Cupid, the I ovc (iod will he runnmg 
rampant on ijmpus dnuibuliii^' tjndv 
ttcMMt and Vak-nunc [x-rvm.il .i>I ' i:\i\ l.w 
the f-ebruary 14 uwue ol : ■ 

The first pcrvm to ' .iH 

WHCM with Cur-' 
i Irrr ad ami din 



re<iiaiaiini. 

The winner s picture with Cupid will 
be HKhided in the pull itui «\tion neil to 
UKif Valentine The ni'«i five calkrs will 
rixetve a froe pcnkmal ad to be tmluded in 
the Valentine pull tnil laiion 

All submissions lor the Valentine 
section are due by liiday, Tcbfuary 9. 
IHivp oil submissions m AV>7 Monday 
thru f riJay 10 am • 4 pni 

Be on Ihc kxik-nut. CuptJ is on ifw 
hx»e and hc» ii|ireadini; love, vunshinc 
and happineit around our t<> . .^^ l 
cainiw*. 




'■A 
I 

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Project 



T ogether 

Each 

A ccomplishes 

More 



siaff Writer 



H,.w wcHildynu reel Awl Brtiirmt' ' 

povMhly 3 luuirc cirfkce sludcW If th, 
tin, Ihcn Pn>)Cvi n \S' ■ , ' 
more) IS ftx ycu 

r..lirc,- and WiHow Bcrul i 

. ..nHuinRiKid»r.A»lhf «fivunHuil.. Muum 

j;^ ; K'n Moy rCNUttiranw 

The Wilkw Bend uaft wla-ts roughly IS «luAni» 
fn«n the liwiJi. fifih and *ixih grades lo paw »nh 
volunteer tuiur. tnim iUi\vt {■..Ikce 

The tuliws are konir"^'"' "''■•' "''^ "'■'" <''""'" 
stratKin. sludenii and "1 fun»tN ii > ' 

Ftw a variety of fe•lM>n^ mmu, 
risk" childK-n and all ol iheir c>ivru>Kv oi. -. lu^l i ■> • 
mil have hxn stKCesvful 

"Oir reawinweareiniefevle.linlV..Hvi 1 ' 
sho* the vhildrrn that volkge i- i i»>%m»" 
Flaine Su»mcr. dtretuw irf £»rflc*e wlaM^ 
day, wed like » «« thi-m at Hwjiw " 

Tobe » volumecr Uit.w. you imi* make a k.>i!in>ii 
mcM to meet with yvnu \tudem at WdUw Befwl fr.iin i 
pm to4 j™ evcrv We .!»■ ^y sttitii^ in Jmwar* hi"^' an 
intCTc« m pr«vKlmg .nd.vidmri aumtanimd h.)me»nrk 
a«i*tancc fiw an at n*k vhiM. :inil he re*h i" tur 
eratifving c«p4-ri»-me »orkm»i • iih uu.! .,'11. lem 
' 'tf thiklieii 

: am ccjUly arprenjiive lo itn- '■» iil'> 
ihi^ iiinwing t»pp<inunil> p«kmNv I>» il' 
Stivrmer "They were verv hilplul i' 
tutors for the ^'>¥' « 

ConUtt Flaini 
irnns, m A^U for miirv inl.Kni.ilii>n .""i .ipri"-"""' 
(omt* 




Skating to victory 



Bv AHtaCMnhHid 



BuMncJKal tJigmocnnghmwi 
viudem. Pamela WaloM m»i»- 
uim ttT P^tc" th"'^ dedkated 
Mudv and [«x«vcn»nic Ho»e»er, 
vihiwl B only a P«n <>• Waikins 
i,lc When <he»n« tracking down 

(» tht- »»«*- "*>^ '* ">""¥ '"^ 
vkaiev 

WjikmsjiHl partner BilKiian- 

ncschi tn. llw cunent Sauonal 

Roller SkjunK Champtom lor 

_^^ '^^k* Soptionww I>ante 

dL ^J^Br I^Pm UM summer. Waikin* and 

^^ wtf- ^ P Gi«»e»t» danced iheu »ay init> 

'^ »ti^ »»••»"««" cw» ^iuijgcs hearts with their •»•»-. 

Nalior>aiRoll*SM*nflCh«np«ottorSopho<no» uB(o and fo» !"<« "wiines. 

0»nc«.P»n»»W«'''^"*'^'^*""***' -I was anpriscd •*«•<•«« 



Health Corner 



Nationals," said Walkimi "h *a^ 
a dream come tnit." 

Waikins has hcen u-impfting 
tor 1 1 years Es-ery week iht |WC- 
«ice)> lict ciafL Fust riie conccn- 
tiaus on liie haan and then Ibe 
dance 9le|». 

Ste do«» wi itaon » awgHt 

liftiB*. tdllet or aerobica » taUd 
endtraice. Her loobaKpMience, 
stamina. ciwKcntration »>d hart 

wort 

Curtendy . Waikins ls prepar- 
ing f« her nem competilwo. the 
firvi weekend in March. 

Watkins so«n>lletJk«ti««» 
p«l of her present and future. She 
abo envisKXis another fniwe. "I 
would like to fimsh college and 
Ml^yoodjoti." !taid Walkins 



Mammogram test offered on campus 



. , . ,.. Kt>1 •MV' it|>t 111 

' "vcU»r lt*v*>t k^i". -■ MS'--f ■■ 
• ,c. Fofiunalcly . »»«■" Ji^- "*'''■'' 

ir'- ■ ' -•.'*■.'■• ^'^'Mvl kjnvt'r is 

,1 t\,il ni.ll"iiii!k.iai ■ "" '" 

.\ miiRim''>g''-i '■' ' 



a hy the Anh-rnan Camer 



,;;iiiiiy. March ^ 
si^mUy, Maah ^ 
Tiic«tay,MaT.hh 
Vkednevliy.ManhT 
Thucby.MwvhK 
liiAiv MaahO 
s iiinAiv March 10 



K am to I pm 
7 am toft pm 
7am tnftpm 
lOammXprn 
lOamtoKpm 
7 am ui ft pm 
Ham loftpm 



I lie unit. NkiUcd Icmak 

■ .11 jihnimster mammo- 

Ijrams m vonilon and privaty h s all 

very simple and only lakes ahout 15 

mmuies Your test results will Ihen be 

r, .1 1 H 3 li-am d 1 mver^ity o« Chicago 

„:. iwiali/e m 

,- ■ , lUvs, the 

i,„.lii..> -ill K- maikU to sou and vour 



personal physK lan \ .hit nunimogra- 
phv will he kept on file hy the I'nivcr- 
»ity irt Chitatio Hospital for future com- 
psinsons 

The mammography is available to 
vou. your family and community mem 
hers at the reduced tost ol Vin Mani 
mopraphy no longer requires adix tor"- 
.tu Ihon/jlion. and as of January l.Medi 
cj»c reimburses the cost of a niammo 
fimn To sihedole mi a(<(«iinimeni oi 
lur more inloimaliiin. please tall 1- 

Spend 15 mmuies on yourjelf. 
Mamma^raphy is «« of the most im 
(wmant ways to take coniml of your 
bedlth It is a simple enam that can save 

>(Hif life 



L-j^*?.;^/:!.-; 



IMMEDI.V IK Ol'KMNGS 



SIXRETARIAI 
GENKRAIOHU I 
IM'lSiS 
lUURKClIRKS 



\N()KI) I'KCM I SSINC; 

CRr 
r.(K)KKiT.riN(; 

I m FACTORY 



WEST is inlcrviiwing no» for shorl :jnd 
lone tirm assignminls xiHi »tll-kno«n 



companirs. 



p O s 1 1 HUl s 



available al all li»«ls "f off'" '>'''"'•• 
secretaries, with or wiil.oul «leno »ord 
proce»»or», « RT operalt-rs. booKkeep.rs 
clerks, and warehouse lite fjttorj, WtM 
offeri lop wages. bonusei and paid 
vacations. KxctlUnI opporlunily lo earn 
extra cash! call now and work close lo 
home. 







CALL 6050555 



lAJosf temporary Service 

600 Woodficid Dr. Suilc-1170 

Schaumburg 



NO OBLIGATION 



Saturday, February 24, 1990 



Reg.sual.on begins at 8:30 a m m the College 
Un.on Program and tours between 9:00 a.m. and 
12 00 noon Meet faculty, students and Adm«ss.on 
Counselors 

Phone now for more information! 

Smhurst College 

Office of Admission 
(708) 617-3400 

190 Prospect Avenue, Eimhursl, tHinois 60126 



aUJillli'iil". ••i5SfcL'!*58*?*— "^ 



February 1,1990 



H-feriGER 



ENTERTAINMENT-3 



Industrial double-feature AWOL has ingredients 

Latest LP'S from 'Ministry' and 'Skinny Puppy' for success 



By Sttvt Hill 
SWff Writer 

Two big league name* in 
indusmal ma«c recently released 
new albums Miniilrjrs Tke 
Miad ii • Terrible Tki«t 
to T»«le was released on 
December M bv Sire, and 
Skiii«7 Puppy * liable* *»" 
released jum i*o wecln later by 
rapilol 

rhe 1*0 albums arc vaMly 
ililfcrcni but with more than a 
few Mmilaniies The (umitariliesi 
are explained by the presence of 
Puppy pcodutcr David OgtIviC 
on the Ministry album, as well 
as Ministry's Alam hmrgenscns 
appeanuKC (and inlluena** on ihc 
Skinny Puppy LP. 

As harsh as Skinny Puppy 
has been in the past, the 
Minisiry album is decidedly 
noisier and more vioknl than 
Rabien The Mind is 3 Tcmbic 
Thing to Tasie starts "ft 
sounding more like M»t»de»lh 
than Ministry ai Icjsi unli! 
you get used to the latest 
Minisuy style The album is 
bent dncnbcd as » contbination 
of dndl/apeed mcial. imii-mt: 
put* and *t»f cowsf 1 imlusirwl 

Traik lisc. H',-a:r.,- i- the 
highlight of the jlbuMi li ^ Ills- 
song that opened ihii' Uccnihi-t 
concert The cassiiu- mii (1) 
have link- i-su.i <■' ■ ■ 

ot J p<\ a. t.»K '' ' 
in angels' The i 

allercvl m'kc m — i^c 



Evcrv uack on the Mini->u> 
album ranges from givd ti> 
excellent, with ihc notable 
escepiKWi of IfU. whah is a 
worthless industrial rap song 
thai ha-s no busmevs ciisimg i>n 
the ra-ord. 

The language »n ih'' ' * '"■ 
quite profane but disl you 
have lo decipher the lytKs MoM 
of ibeiM: songs conum the K" 
*wd. and some ol the lyrics ate 
even worse This i* not. 




1 III 4 linic Ktnib in^iiV/ ni> iw 

lisU-ns l.> mc/ but il ■• l"s' Ulc 

I m ready ui fight'' 

The Skinny Puppy 1 I' ■i'-*' 

contains some lopital song'. 

roost notably »<-t.i<i«i'(ii. ab<Hii 
the tsson oil spiil In cfVlN 
Kl-Vv upiially disjoinu-.! 
Isrital style, a sample .>( itu 
Ivrits reads, "budget- ih." H«-i 
with oil cniik- ca- :''■ I"'f^' "»' 
compassion . -jiui- 

scek asyluii. .ill. - 

fc.mi>n drum- I i - 
mi one m jmavi u> 



,it,,! 



tx-M 



h..» 

ol l" 



crii 



irjsk • !i 

actually a Skinny I'ul'l 
ihal delicaic ears can haihi 
song Wrwerj make- m'u ai'iK 
luM where Skumx I'nrv ''"■ 
alt the sample- th< 
There are 1*0 
uvrr- '■"••■' 



,-c that IS N 

I ihinir- o 



cominu : 
trviniz it: 

Ki. V 
pj: 



, lin liini, 111 -nil iiii.'-. 
, Nil* I kmi» »hji 1- 

righu 111 kill ihcm all it I lik.' 



Killings out "f ' 
Mim-U- •••• 

Skinnv I'l.; r- * * • ' 



A Fed frau llw Msb lifcifti » Nptm hm 
lKem««»ltttl«tnp 

.and»ic«»«n» 



';'KIEFE^ 



y^k 



■n-^^' rj>m^' 



■^ WiUiilPICniBHibBm 



0FmsFEBmy^"^ATiiimMS 



tt> frit lason 
M.iff Uritrr 

Well. I m back again, jiu I 

hi break m action. 10 

I m-i* angle tm hca-s 

Hi; ..II I his lime anniml III be 

...v.ring Uxal heavy metal 

i.Hk Kiml- lh.ll pUs ilie -tub 

.if-uii in and jn>uri.l 

!),-ri!.:- ihi •■ 

, !KIII> 

hink 



hvur piece hard rock outfit who 

has been on Ihe ilub ciriuil (<» 

aNiul a year and has a solid- 

-i-unding ikmo called t>« Ike 

Kdgr On Ihe F.d(e is a 

-ironft. ninsisicnt, light hard 

r V l, ;ilbiini ihal has a tcndenis 

■n you. Songs tike 

lakt Me Aimyl Mti 

... , ,/, J /ifrdme definitely 

J. );uiuvi-l I rii. Bradley a.« 

.III up and coming local talent 

AWOL impressed me with 

'f.-ir live pcrlormaiue as well 

iheir demo 1 had ilu 

.mimu to check ihcm oui 

Sl.n (llll 



AW ( «. relicJ on iheir o»n 
m.iierial for most of their sil. 
bui jl-i' did some great cusei | 
-,m>y- In I H) and Van Halen. [ 

,, 11 .. , ,,.!.) v.'-i.m ,.i ihe i 



wih j 
■ performance- and a 
,, .\WOI has ihe 



'Mystery Train' 
moves along 



K, Mkharl Schweisheimer 
staff Wntff 



Ihe rhyihm 

iu»i keeps mo- 1 
ihe -le.hlv pulM 



it a II .un ih.il 



iVirnuj;!! Jn 1'"'"' •""' 
' iiiv.niu- ri.iT' • ■ ■ ' ' 
.. . «mp.i— e- l! " 

.i,-ej •>! 
siudm-. 
Ill- anj 

..Il 
^ii,.T:. !:'.;h.i!.iii1 lli.ili lli> I'l'" 
in ihi- lilni J.irmusi.hs 
wriung, die asloi - piiruayals 
and the tincmalography by 

; Robby Mullcr make the 
characters ina-tesiing. fi«ny 

; and ironic 

Every nngle pcrforroance 
in the film is enjoyable and 
effective Even the acuws with 
small incidental pans 
contribute to ihe movie as a 
whole Screamin Jay Hawkins 
and I'lnnue I oc ate especially 
lunnv a.s the night ck-ik and the 
hclltioy ol the hiHel llierc »s 
no cilremely powerlul acting. 
hul ihi- 1- noi an eMtemeK 

jiit\scrtijl rtttisu- 

; • v',. :i te-liniitues 
memorable 

mill J.iimu-ti -iKit ihc whole 

i' film on location m Memi*is 
Also, Ihc night scenes. whKh 
mtke up oKMi o' *^ '*'"* 
wiete (boi at BighL 



The only thing ilul truly 
unites this lilm and makes 11 
,ry. ijl 1- 111-' irony of all the 
.,np 1. 1 Ihe same 
..^Mnp eu-h otiier 
Suiiie .1 Use -haracUTs are 
related in each other, in wroe 
J.JS vsiihm the suiry 

Ihe lilms rejl sauslatiioo 

.mly arrives when the uniting 

inmy is undernoixl Once this 

■ - -my ol the little 

m ihc film have 

ng Lniil then, the 

-ecms somewhat slow. 
I v-piie Ihal skiwnevs, ihe 
ino-ie I- fun, and Ihe 
-all-la- lion of n-ati'ing wlm is 
happening make- il very 
worthwhile. 

Mysiery Tram is not a 
liirn 11* cvcryime. It is a film 
Uir ilMi-c with the patience and 
humor to laugh at the irony 
and paradox in lile Jarmuxh 
has created an original and 
entertaining movie witlioul a 
Ici ol showbir ghilcr. 
'AAA out of 4 stars 




Mill III win HWM 



't'-, 



••'I 




Harper rocks into 
the 21st century 



By AHiUi riiia>»»* 



The ;i<t cemur> i« coming vwtm 
than you Oiink Well. »t kaM. u •» •« 
Harper College U-s tirnc lor the 2Ut 
Ccniury House Dante Party ant) yourr 
invitctl 

The cvcnl i.i) \piinsofC*l by rn'jtrani 
Bovd and WHt M »ill rotk Mjipcr 
Orflege on February ^. (rum H jvm w l 

CIUcato'« lop DJ» intluding WH^s 
Julian -JumptB" Ptrc/ ami Mike Hivnun 
Wilson. Tony "So Bad' S«Ho. l.mv I J^ k. 
The Htiusc" IJlhan, "Juinpin); )j^^ 
Nikko and Louis Shetwd. 

The DJ» spceol Weirf at hoa mu** 
combines nxk. pop. R * B. and rap. ■wd 
Iim Cabaj. Program B<wd ^petml evcnto 
chaaman 

-We hope w br»g P«»P»e ^' 



lotelhir viHl Maurui SU.nc ■*!!( M 
nnntram duccttx -*c wouMalso l'^^' i" 
Ijive . ix-« and pot-niia! ) simfcnls a «aM' ■ ' 
Haipcr 

•■(\>im- lo tbi- h.'iu--! Iini'- r"'^ '" 
ihc suburb*. »aiJ C-tbaj 

iKkcU aic avwtable M ih<. 1! 
Bo» '>" ■ '■ ^''i Master ot a) Uh- • 
,^tln, '.>r Hariicr viudenlv •>«• 

((,, (,, . .llMk•lll^ t«er Ih, and S' 

II.., iho i-ublic An It) i> requirrd It«- 
ini.maiK«ul Club and WIR-M « .11 . h.i k 
»our coal lor a nominal hx 
VrMcc Club »UI pn» idc the 

A doll* from each mkn -•■ '- 
doniMt » a lund f« •'«•«'» B^kcr a fmmii 
llaracf twdeiH *>>o •»* •*''>""*'> '" » '•*' 
accKkM tail »ea» A b..« vill he «l up al 
Ihc «l»ce f«» conuibution* lo oltwi 

BAcr'f medical opn*" , 

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j semester need to petition for graduation by midterm, March 9, 
!l990. 

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for graduation indicating summer completion. I 

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February 1.1990 



H/I^N5ER 



EDITORIAL-5 



Mark s Menagerie 



B,« Mark JaaM* 
siafT Writer 



Well, sparw fma. km wc go wuh 
another ociting vtek of Mark » 
Mciugcne (i* hoy) 1 thought I wtwU 
stafl with wmcthing >:uining up 

Whjl s c>>min|{ up is Cluhs iinJ 
Otgani/atiofiK Days You know, the 
scmi annual event where <iitMte peopic 
4and w>un<l uhlcs in the maiii pMli of 
A huiMing and Mutlems play "Hun iht- 
Gamhii Wht) ever gels the U-isi 
amount of t tub flycrx wim. 

This brmg« m 'o a quoiion likf 
Why don't yi>u join the MKb and Hwh 
club'" Your rcspon« lOMally i» "Well, 
1 would hut I have homework and I 
have »> go to my >al> and my third- 
C'lrcal- Aunt's GiaiHimolh«r on her 
tnusioi* 'iuk n havmg her leclh jwllcd 

I have two responses for aKwi MH 
irf fim QUI Ihcrc (and you know who 
vou arey; I) cveryihiii( alici but ■<• 
R S . and 2) a hut » wmetkmf yoa tti 
i<n when you don't waM to gei ofl your 

Ihi^ i> my Miond year here l)o 
yiHi *.iually think I hclieve mo«l M vou 
»c iknng all of your hiOTK'wi'fk ' lU v 
I'm not as dumb as I look MoM ot uhi 
ime included) diml even make ii i>< ill 
of your ciaUM 

And how about that worti idea ' t )h 
no. I might miu nuiking an e«ua S4 it 
I mns an hour of work to become 
involved with voniething Oil my Gml. 
the world w ill ^-ome to an end." 

Come irff It Thi-i i» one of the 
rKhcM aretu in the country and yiju are 
going to go broke hecauw ai one hour 
of work ' O'ea. ' *a> t*^" yfterOay) 

Ham, don ' 

do diow op lof e«cr; ^ l.i - jO\I kki all 
of iheK homework and mitving imt 
hour of w(»k would devattote tttrm A 
lot of theie people, however, are 
already involved with either a Khtwl 
club or an acuvily of campin You will 
not find many, if any i>f them, at a kxal 



party on IihIj\ •» "^.iHit,! i ■ '■•.'> 

Anywjv cii.Mii'h ■.■>.u-.. ^^ i 
iKupk ot rcamms why you vhiniiil 

Tlie firsi i» that bcio,: 
with club* it fun 

The Inicrnjii.mjl ( ntniKtur • 1"'' 
i«, almo>t always J.uni: «iiiKit\iHg 
^'ca. you mijjht not hj\c i'n4>ugh tinw^ 
U) do rvrrything. but vou muld vhow 
upume in a whilc 

The PoliUtal Scicfm- < t<ih i« i.-,.iiv 
to Sprin^^lulil in (>>■ ^ ii 

being 3 \cnaliir or . im 

Lilting in the chairi thji itii- icai jvopk' 
iKi, wrtiing and acting on bilU and 
ri.>«'luiions the »jv >i happi'ns in real 
life 

The*^' Jft' (uvt lw(.i ot v'\cr ^^> lIuK 
that MarjK-r hat (hit- of them i^ NniiKl 
u> be doing Mtmtthing that inierc^lo 
you 

IV- accond namo cunccim the real 
world tno Bunky. college lite aim 
mywhriv near what teal life •<< about 
biit»t your well , 

vv,„.i II .omci to apfil'. ■■ 

|0b imtJ^ ei'tlinii pfonii'li'il .iri- M>ii 
really naive enough to think ih.ii ih^v II 
only he kxiking at your (|ualilK;ition^ 
and licniorily'' rk' vou thml -.nt' 
Xt/ztuig >mik .1 
i<< win the day 

Nt competing tuf i fh * nli vou By ^lv 
lime you got your hi'ad out of y<iw am, 
i wouki be your bi»s'. 

When It comcv i i u>^^ and 
promotion* anything (jn I I J>> mean 
aaything) goes If I can if el a rral rib 
before you ihH ycjf an^1'.>r pi-t 
promoted before y<> 
enough to r« m<" ■ ^ 



IXK' I iMupanv wniK* y.turc ^UM wamii^ 
for yinit (ksl pnoniy ptHking skit. 

Wm • mmulr. why am I irymg to 
hc^ ya« become competitive with mc 
in llM real workT 

Go ahead, play "Run ihc Gambil* 
and <iay out of ihe clubs' 'Nuffaid. 



HARBINGER 

Wtllum Kitney H»prr ( oltc|« 

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Overheard... 



"He'll never have 
hcmmortiidv ht's such 
a perfect aN>h.»lf." 



"He'<i just some dude 
who ci.miN in and 
» r i t f N . " 

"When it conns •<> 
(;eori>e Bush, 1, 

personally, am fooling 
for the drug lords." 



An open letter for the 
few who really care 

WIhii I c.imv If ihf I'tticc Moml.iv I t.uiiid Muc'k to my tTietno hoard 
the- UMial pile ot alnioM lUcLiiMc- (xiM il notes telling mc to cjll this 
pc-rson or thai one 

N'- - iflinp through them, calling Minu.- and putting oil others. 1 
!i- at the hotiotn that read I would like to speak with you 
.lU.ui v.i.( CTtitortal on environnwnial issues The note went on to 
mtludc the naoK and phone number of Marya Flynn. a current Harper 
student, lully expecting another l.imhasiinp aliout the opinions 
cuproscd last week. 1 hesitantly dukd the miinlx-r on the note 
I was pleasantly surpnscd. 

Marya wanted to kni»w what she could do ahiiut the situation We 
exchanged ideas, diwussed who W talk lo ahout them, and agreed to 
keep in touch ahout the pn»gnrss with the project 

i... , .. .r. student leader*, have complained ahtvut .ip.uhy on 
.nalely. the atlitiule isn I nrstncted to Har7Kr\ ^ .nnpus 
\).,„,,. ,> „,. ...<ca.se of the eighties, and I fear, the nineties 

In the past, changes and rcfonn were initiated b\ a person or pn>up 

,,i v...,„i.. n,c yumicns movement had its Susan B Anthony, the racial 

Its Martin Luiher King, and the .tmi war nxnement its 

^^...v ..v ^..i protcsiors IVse people were w illing to sacnrice everything 

to defend their beiui-- 

■|"his generaium. htmcvct. is lacking N>!h Iculers am) movements 
roday's wK-icty has a delmilc lack ol concern for what is going on 
in the world around them Most of those who know what s g»»ing on 
t!on t care lew of those wh«> care are willing to do anything ahout it 
We have no real Susin B Anhonv's. M.inin l.uthcr King's, or college 
vc.ir protcstofs 

Rclomi tTK'venicnIs hav c • .< sv rccching halt iimVr the huriien 

of conservatism ITica- is still plenty to reform, hut there are few w illing 
to disiurh the peaceful facade of conservatism, calmness, and well 
heing 

\^ 1 . lU/cn who (livs care, it's inspiring to come .i, ros- ifu- M.vya 

I the world The /fur/»inx<'r tullc suppor '' lu! her 

nake the world a hetlcT place 

\fiyonc vcho is interested in helping Marya with her el Ions can 

MCI me .11 the Ihirhtnacr Office I will make sure you get in touch 

wiih her 

1 h.ii.«» 
you if It IS going to survive 

Tari Vauehn 
Fdilor-in-Chief 




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6-FUN PAGE 



H.4?BM5ER 



February 1.1990 



The ^ersonafs... 




>tt4N7€b. 

far another year, atways 

Narromi mmifed me 

Maria, 
Love a tXAck i 

Cx»s /iarry mmi/oitt onfy 
srng love »<v»^7 or does 
f psf seem r(Kif way'^ 

bo the 6eese furdf 

out -number the 

students? 



Nufri the Bear 



Scamer 2, 

6oo«/ fuck this weeAend 

your 'No treats' 

Buddy 

Sondra , 

Just thought I mioutd say 

HI.SOHH 

Love ya sis, 
Marcus 



Joint. 

VhKh one ts better /ens 
A or Lens a Aor R 
fR 

Who shot JR? 



Cupid. 

you are one big babyi 



Lita. 

Why. pst ten me wfv y«i 
can get sKk on a Monday, 
you krtow it s not a/lowed, 
esfieciai/y after we 
'reconstructed" the 
Harbmger? This is pst 
tooooo much This is a 
Joke, kmda like a 
tr>*T>agerie. ya know what 
I mean Vem 

Signed, the two peopie 

putting this Stupid 
/"^ew st-aper together 



T9II me, Who cares? i 
mean really, who does 
care7 I know ns not me 
because l pst don-t 
OKAi. so what are you 
gomg to do about it 
anyway? 
fool 



Look. 

A pill box I 




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CUPID 



contest 



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NOON TIL 

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PRIZES! 

S -^p-y Submit a personal (or the 
February 14!ti issu«and you »t 
automMca«y tmmi into a drawing to * " 
0"«ollhes«grMi prizes! 

One night stay 

ai :r-e S-^ore Acres Resoa m beautiful 
K»no8ha, Wiscoiwa 

Flowers 

One dozen reo roses from Fabbrina' 
Rowers .n Ho»*man Estates. 

Dinner for two 

ai Coppert.e cs resiauant m Scfiau^-D^-g 

Box of chocolates 

from BRACHS candes 



oe!"c ;na! special per 
The cost* only $2 fi 

some art «w)fkfo' ;- 



■e a persofBl Valentine m the HARBINGER' 
-.es add'tionai imes are 25 each You can aod 

Febf^iarvum am e k '"'"" ^^'■'-■°^ section w,H be on the Stands 

Suy 1 LO'l 'I you this year, w the Ur.K'.fi l-\ci-VJ{.' 



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CUSSIFIED AD RATES ft INFO. 

Studant pmionciti up lo iv* Brmi 
Of* fre* Sfud»nt noo-comm«»rcJai 
cla»n»<u OF* sroo >or four lirw* 
addlHorKJl rtrvM 25 Commafciol 
ckmtnmM Of S4 50 tor m» flnf »exir 
Unas of p*>r, and 55 •och oddWof «i 

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panonan H noon fridov Aji acB • 
b»pf«pald, »im»f by check. VUo or 
Mcwtiarccird 

Th« Hwbingvr wiii oof tM 
'•ipof»««sl« fof fvpoarapnicc« •fro»$ 
TXM* or> od» toh«n ov«t tfi# piyjow 

foi latM ofxl trtotmofton contact 
Mcwc Bah* at tfw HorWnp«« -"-» 
397-3000. •xtenjiijn 2460 



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Help Wanted Help Wonted. For Sale 



EDUCATION 

Work with children 



JHooa and 
filter has 



PART-TIME OFFICE 

Keypunch word processing I ale 
afternoon, early evening Contact 
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UNDERCOVER WORK 
$10.'hr watch bars & resi loi 
employee theft Part time must have 
own transportation Call 213 8800 

INTERIOR DESIGN 

or ar! tashion maiors nee<ted lor home 
lumishing & window treatment sales 
Full or Part time Jader 
Draperies Woodtield Malt Contact 
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LIFEGUARDS 

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nquins clean dnvm* mMia 

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Assemble products at horr>e Details 
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GOVfBNMINT JOBS i 040 

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' a;! vouf legoi needs 

3 DUI, personal injury. 

_ -_ .J, and reoi osfate, Pnone 

5I/-2608 Evening ond weekerKl 

appointments available low 
Offices of Becker & Becker. 2300 
aamngton JJd Suite 400. Hotfmon 



GOVERNMENT HOMES 

SI 00 (U Repair) fo.v^.L»ures 
Tax Delinquent Property Now 
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FOR SALE 

ScHoliex exercise machine with leg 
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1978 IMPALA 

4door, 305 Ve engine rebuiH 
good body $750 Keith Jauch @ aiS- 
338 2658 



GOVERNMENT HOMES from SI 
CU-repair) Delinquent fqx property, 
Repossessions Coii I 805-687-6000 
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$17 840 $69. 485 Call 1 602 838 
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CONROYS TYPING SERVICE 

Term papers charts graphs resumes 
Computer graphics Laser printer avail 
Fast turn a round linw Calt8189814 

TYPING SERVICES 

fyptng qone out of my fiome 
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delivery ovoiiobie Con LoVorwie 9 
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from SIOO Fords Mercedes 
Corvettes Cfievys Surplus Buyers 
Guide. T-805-687-6000. Ext S-)053 



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Baseball hockey, lootball cards Can 
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Ops) United Parcel Service 

Announces 
A new Distribution Facility in 

PALATINE 

Part-time opportunities ideal for Harper Students 




out our advantages! 

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You can also apply at our employment office located at Rand & Hicks Palatine 
Applications taken: Mondays 3pm - 5pm 

Wednesdays 9am -11am „p<.„^ , 

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Sports 




Lady Hawks take steps toward victory 





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hjidimc Icjd. ihc Ijdy Hawks 

1 >f 1 \ cckd hi opi-n ihc second hjll 

' "^ ''unthjipuliullhui 

- Kiviol aRam led Hafiwr 



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U'l'k oul 
pnufkinf: i>ii 
•iuhurban k. 



Kastner & Co. go for 
comeback season 



• " p(»ni fffor 

■■-—"o I'tiPagc 

"BcOCT, hcaer. muih hi-iicr " 

r Xi bimcti a happy Tcx hiicr 
Alter faeing a »uh W) 

l"ion lean. ,n R.ver Grove 
Tueslay evening (Jan. ?|). ,he 
Udy Hawks iravel lo Oglevby. 
lll'm..s u, Uc Illinois Valley 
Saiurilay evening al 5pm. with a 
»»»"! of Ihc ^MC iiUe M Slate 



R* John RriiKkcrlifirr 
Slaff H riter 



showed 



No*, wuh new IK-.,,) ( ,,.h i^, 

«te> ha»c lunwd .he .eam around The 

S^'.S'rj"'^ '*""-' •■"'""^ 
*"««> IB five year, w.u, |»y Sj.u,,!,, s 

WBI. 

and !]!f.t5!!** "°* ••*'' » «<■«'' "' l-l ? 
and are looking lo anhe me i».^ ■ ,„ 

team wa» 7-i: gomg .nio .h<. a»lr»i. 
re.>»d,canhe<kxe.v,ns Sell wasqu^rk to 
Po«„ <M«. Wc ph^ a much h, ^7^ 
»nd screened Ikem oui *«H.- Dc»^ 

ciWigll ipmiM the Haw ks "-"*■*"« 
to Ihc r«i hall. Haijc. uwutJted ibe 
»?*» by |M»..« Ae h^ ,^ 
^««ve ,ho|, wd geiung ,h. ITZ. 

weoftcwuve end, ih»- Hawk.; * 



t^'K men Ralph Abr.h, 
Itirmidablc diilK m li, 

IX-ipiic Harpv , , ,,„„^. . 

Ump,. in .he !.,« hall, .Suburban . Wh,k- 

*<«ln Suburtian leading m 2<*- ''g 

In second hall. Harper ki*cd 10 go 
"•«'<Ji- righi .Tfi ,he hat u, mile, who 
^|«uned <HK- of ihree ihanie% in d« nost 
He ended up H.»mg Ukr Hawk, fma ft« 
piHnii of the half 

W.U,|TOH.and*e«<,ea,M5Q 
IMlev the Hawks teading scorer »,.h l« 

Pom«.f.H.ledou, HaT».rdMln.Hfc,up. 

Soulh .Suburhan nude a nui at *c ""T 
mark Whi.e nored and was fouled 
"..^mg U« free throw t,kr,dge Uwro p„i 

Hawks haOielhall fan, will »|«, k- 
"ciKd wkno* thai las. Tu^vti. Ha,;v, 
bcal Ih.- nji„.n, -iMh ranked km, 

MtH.lr 

*■ ''•sf' ipam fri., . 

•-IM'i I v\i iji ss h,(l f, r: . 

•^unsUeMsmcevs. Ka 
!• Ihi- liiile ihinj.^ ,f,j. . 



Winter Sports Schedule 

S^imnwiQ « Grand R^ikk ,« 

6 M«nsBMfc»B)«|»g.joij« 

vvomert'sBaskottMllatRochVUtoy 5 



» Swiminingatll6fK>i8B«»<fclin» 

t3 Men s BasfcettMl vs. OuPaga 
Women s BaakMbafl v» DuP«» 
Stwmimirjg « wngtit ^^ 

17 M«»;iBask«tMiv»Mofa«eVM«y 

20 WonwnsBaskeidaliatSouihSuburtMn 
22 Man's BaskettMii vs Trton 



5pm 



3pm 
1pm 


5pm 


7pm 



Women'sSoftball 



H/1RBINGER 



Februay 8. 1990 



THIS WEEK 



INDEX 



News 1 

F«atur»t 3 4 

Editorlar 5 

Enttrtalnmcnt 6 7 
What's Happening 8 9 

Fun Pag* k) 

Claasiflads n 
Sports 



FEATURES 



A Volkswagon 

delps sludenls vtiin 
creaiivify MafKeimg cfass 

iiiow* students lo crsate 
own advertisements tor 
sp«cia) proieci 







PAGE 4 



SPORTS 



WRESTLING! 

. -o Harper Hawks end the 
season ranlung tenth in the 
nation' Team gears up tor 
Region rv tournament this 







WIIHam Ralney Harper CoHegg 



VOL. 24. NO 20 



Student Senate in turmoil 



Bv l.iu A»M 
MiiDdiiiiit I'ditor 



The Siudcnt S<Ti;iic ha^ 

lUikrfimcasubstaiUi.i' - 







iHfMinjliiv idnflictv 

'I >nft>rlun-iUM<. t^ith 4II .>t 

Ihcj^rvn • 

I.' I'll •'II :.. ,. ;,,„ 



- ! ' ,: Aithtiul miKli 

!• (• I- ■ :i. -liiluM-ijifc'.x'Jlhji 
I .(llahce ha* over nnnmiiU'.l 
liimsclf ani) will "■•• !>■■ 'i-i i 
I 111 iho iimcii'v 

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'•'fy Hook Kevm O'Ctmn^ 



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•■ns ht\c jnd will 



«hl 



Free Richard 
Lewis tickets 
offered by 
committee 



B« Tnmy WaH 
Sljff Hriirr 



tiiirper (\>ll«|tc n currrnil) 
iiHc»iifialing the adi>puoa uf » rc« 
cciilece Uiemc lo be used on prmieti 
maRftal dumig tm decade Smdcnu hjvc 
(he (qnportiMiily 10 paniiipaic m the 
M'kxtKin pmcen in ictum (of » chance ki 
*in iwo uckets Id mk comcdtan KK.h;tf(] 
1 1 *ivMarvh<>hcivMti«iier 

the InMiiulional Murkclin^ 
c Kniminee. compcMcd of admiiiuiriHio 
i-K ulty. siair and two mdemi. began 
warth fw a new coOcfc Hiemo latt v 
Wiih UkotviinMeiMasManyoaethii 
Harinr turned to an fluUMk ti>"--i' 
I riN Sulltvaa. 10 a««i«i die . 

» iih rt'iximnKmlllliaM. 

The tdral Ihemc 
wnahf and IMC mom'-- 



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lulurr bexint al Hiirper ", "li^rptr 

( •illrifr «i>ur fuiiirr Ma« depend 
"» i< Ijrper niiikr« a 

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3 Of congiahMiem 

-•,1 iK-K^ 10 '.pr-.t UuiMI Of> I.iP?<jd^ arid ca;) VW1CM with hn 
»«» « free pemxul MM a ariimml m the HMibmgm* prae 



Kuh^iri] I 



2-NEWS 



f-MRBNGER 



February 8. 1990 



Richard Lewis tickets 



coaL trtm ft- I 

ihe one tkene Om npbam wtty they're M 
Kinpcr- 

llarbmger ruderi can ponicipau- m 
choosing a college Uiemc through ihe 
eiHiy ram in ihts usue. Ii musi he fillcil 



out compkicly in order u> qiuli! ' ■ ■'■ 
Richaril Le»i» drawing Febi 
Student cntric* mu«t he rctc : 
February 16 in cither the Bo» Ollicc m 
Building I or (lie Inlormauofi B<k>i)i hy 
the main entrance in Biutding A. 



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Win Richard Lewis tickets 

Harper College is currently investoaBng tlM adoption of a new coUege tftenw 
to be used on printed malenal durmg ttils d«cad« Student input is vakMd at 
Harper You have b«efl gwwi the opportunity to stlect or» o» the four tfwnes 
already being cofwdered. or propose a new one Irt recognibon o< your 
parttcipation a drawing wW be held (or wro ticMM to see comedian Richard 
Lewis on March 9 at Harper This sunrey must tw oonipMely filled out in order 
loquaWy Please consider your n Hciioncawfcilly and thanh you for particpaing 

Ag« gt UcM ort or Proposl 



17-24 


._ Harper makes il happen 


25-34 


Your future begins at Harper 


._0«r35 


HarperCoRege your future may depend on it 


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Harper makes a dinerence 







fMum toiim to Mw mtormailon Booth tot Bidg. A or Ihe Boa Office 



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Students default on loans 



Bt PbyHn 
SUIT Writer 



A US Oepaftinent of Educatioa plan 
to help lower Mudeni default rales on 
loans went uno cltc^t January I lairtuig 
toncera in the college community 

Under the plan. scho<»l» with high 
default rates can he dn>pped from the 
Siaflord and Suppk-menlal Student Ixtan 
programs if ihcy don't improve 
collection efforts Students registered at 
those campuses could no longer get 
Hudcni loans. 

The plan repom thai 18 pcrcem of 
all borrowers from pu)>lic iwo-year 
schools defaulted and ^? percent of all 
borrowers ai proprietary schools 
dclBttiiediiinKail<W7 

Director of Financial Aid Frank 
Solano said that Harper's rale is only 
4.9 percent, "amongst the lowest in the 
iiaic and is not a problem at alt ' 

Solano said the new plan puts an 
undue birden on the rmancial aid ofTice 
and the college The regulations require 
ail schools to disclose sfMCiHc consumer 
information to students The 
rcsiuirrmenis are more iMid nvirc diflicult 
to comply with as Ihc deljull pcrtcnt 
rises above 20 and .H) percent m"I 
S<riano 

'Our biKiicsl bsirden is diM »r i 
111 ill- iiiiratKi- and esit counseling 
inifiM,*^ sjiJ Solano.'eilhcr in 
(vrMwi or on vidcoupe We must make 
Miic that the smdrni is advised and 
counseled on K'lh Ihe loan, how it is 
paid hack and the consequences of 
default.' 

Solano said that N-cau!.e Harper 
oilers i.arcer and vocational priiprams. 



they face the same regulations as 
propriclary scNwls (chautleur training 
and inick driving schools (or esample). 
which have a much higher default rate. 

'tr a student is lecking 
emplovmcni." said Solano, 'we must 
-ludeois entering 
irc or ccnilicalc 
i'<4uiit>i i'< u>i -.km:., lor esaniplc in 
nursing We must also supply 
intormation about pass rales for exams 
and disclose information about job 
placement for all siudenis. not )ust ones 
in the crriiluate and vocational 
programs 

Solano said thai having to follow up 
on every individual student, whether 
graduated or not. has become an 
iHlminisiraiive nightmare for Harper aitd 
other schools 

'The whole legislation is aimed at 
the proprieury schcwls." he said. 
"They're in the business of education to 
make money Because we ha|i|>cn to 
offer similar career programs the 
Department ol FducatKHi applies the 
same set o< regulations to us.' 

Solano said tiarper has a low default 
rate because it has done a good job of 
counseling students on loans, 
'••plaining the obligation of payment 
! the cimsequences of default, 
lulents at Hartvr tend to complete 
programs of stutK nH>re than at cHhcr 
schools and i an find gainful 
employment to repay the loan. 

Solano suggests that students wlio 
have dilticuhy in making the payments 
should keep open cofiimunicaiion with 
ihc lenders and let them know if there is 
J problem so payments could be 
drfentsi 



What ARE Vmi WoHing For?? 

tofwith C«l«9t Oiicay b Wglit Htwgftlgf* N»wl 

tflb«'wlMi11MiiifAW«IACfa«,ADnM«,0rAlltwaNM,CMMw1lMC^^ 



• Plotttpl transcript evolualon 

m Everwg and wedMsxi ck»ses 
III , t, a.iii 

■ Concurrent eruolnient trim oiner 
schools 

■ Fmanooi Old (Mailable 



■ f^tsondlmd Klucakonal {xogroms 

■ SrrK]lciass«» 

o Foculty d MOi^ proieuionate 

■ Emansive imartVcoop aa»'*uni>*^ 

ClIW*^ CaMp a«M VMMI aitaKt aMM 

I m, tmim phfxa tanue 



m^mmatt* 



■ AdMrnsmgAit 

■ Am Manaaemem 

■ Computer Giapha 

■ Dance 

■ Englsh 

■ Faaien Businms 

■ Fashion Oesi^ 

■ fic»orvVVy*ng 

■ filitvVdeo 

■ fine Aif 

■ Grophc Design 
B Bustrohon 
B Inrterior DcSiQn 
B Journalism 
B bberol EdtxahOT' 

Sfcjdies 
B Magazine Wnlr- 
tdilir^ 



B Marketing 

■ Maii«^ GsmmuncoAao 

B Music 

B MuscBusmeu 

B Photographv 

BpRjiesnonol Wrung 

B IVjbiic IMMxs 

a ? I • Sound 

a . •- - ,3nd Moti e m ota 



Calioclc;^ • ■ : •' - ■ ;- : application 
I pil) US-IBO0, I rtmJ ia 190. 

Nbw SliKlent Fall RegistrBtion 

Begins The Week Of 

September 24th, 1990 




Februarys, 1990 



H/l?B^iG£R 



FEATURES-3 



Former student fights serious battle 

Baker needs your help 



B» Laura Lakowski 
SlafT Wrilff 

Keiih Baker. ■ fonnrr 
Harper Mudcni. wax vnowly 
injured in in auiomobile 
accidm on Seplenibef 1 5 

Bakcx had accooiplidwd a 
lot in bis life. He «as 
Exptonag Area ClHiii|ier»n at 
Area 111 EaM Ccmral for die 
Boy Scouls of America in 
!'«« 19^ Also m lOfW. he 
received the Sheriff O'Grsdy 
Youth Service A«vd 

As a icsult of the «.CHk-n(. 
ke hn a wcrt nghi <hk. the 
^lewh pan of the hnun and die 
■ncinory recall arc dixaMed 
Even though Baker is not 
greatly physically handKKptvd 
he is mentally hundiiapiK-J 
which K wmetimes wone 

Currently . Baker » being 
ueatcd at U>e Traumatic Brain 
Injury iTBI) RchabililatKW 
System of Iowa in Rrinhcck. 
Iowa. His home enviiimmrnt 
IS sondar but yet ddfcreni from 
his home in Mount PTn<ipecL 

He lives in a house with 
four to SIX other paltents. 



Baker px* id a farm everyday 
where he is rc^p^>nMhlc ti>r 
rat<bitji and acaU He leods uni 
watcrt Ihetn. As pan of Baker's 
daily life, he goes lo the knal 
high school where he swunt. 
docs a variety of physical 
aciiviiies aad mcs a f|MCcll 
Iherapisl. 

Baker hasKalfy undmiandK 
what people say Bui when he 
*tans ID %iy sooKihin)!. in the 
middle of tpeaking. gibhcnvh 
comen itui Bakcf rcmcrohcr'. 
his habitual insiinit^i and in 
;ilway\ willing to help 

One week before 
rhri«ima<, Tom and Barb 
Baker iKriihs pareniKi h«l to 
refinance iheir hou.se at five 
times the originai itnt. They 
. an afford about 1 2 munihs of 
ueatment for Baker Business 
Onke Cashier Barb B^*cr saad. 
'any kelji is appreciated." 
Harper siudenu are 
sponsoring a Dtacc Patty lo 
help out with some of Baker's 
medKal bills Cine dollar from 
every iitkel sold will fo toward 
a fund to help Baikcr T'hc 
Dance Party will be held 




Health Corner 



National Condom Week 
February 14-22 

Having sen iv like driving a car. 
Hiiih are lots of fun Both are a 
risponsibiliiy And bjMh can be 
tio/jffdous to) your health if you meet up 
vLith someone who doesn't do it safely 
Wearing a cimdom is an iiKonvt^ieiKc. 
hut II tan increase your chances of 
suying healthy Today, both men Md 
wdtnen purcha.sr cimdoms and coopeiMe 
in their usage b> learning how to put 
Ihem on and remove them comfortably 
and safely 

t)«nt take any chatuo-' uiih ynur 
health I earn more about condoms on 
Tliursday, February IS from 1 1 am w I 
pm at the Sexual Rcspiinsibiliiy display 
in ihe calctcria Participate in the 
Count Ihe ConJoms tunicsi and 
Coodom QuklkN l,iui/ lt>r spt-\. UK ular 
I shm pri/es 



February 4 at It pm m BIdg A 

WHCM Program [Hreiuw 

MauTK'c Sume stales, "we hopr 

that pei^le will come out Iih 



the Dance Party to shim 
support j<k1 thoughlfulnc'ss tor 
Kf ith Baker 



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NATIONAL CONDOM WEE- 



Is there a doctor in the house? 



Staff Writer 



1 jvc i(. SL>u vc had LirliiN that 
outlasted MUtc Tyson's mamagc 
lo Robin Givms 

Goofy IS die best word to 
describe the weather this wiMer, 
It can realty foul up your health. 

In casie you haven i nollcl^d. 
everyone is sKk If it isn't a 
persistent cold, it's this wicked 
flu bug that UBiH you into mush 
for a week. 



After safTenng one of the 
above ailments. I've come ..: 
with some ideas for di-alinii w i ■ 
litem Here s sonic had aduvc. m 
badvKc. from yours iniiy. 

First of all. you don'l 
necessarily have lo do what die 
doctor ordered I did what I 
onkfcd If everyone did what die 
doctor said, then being sick 
would be iiuac wearisome 

A HOT baUi and a steamy 
put of ling iR key mficdiems m 
the war acMM cokb. The glug 



will make s<Hi forirei aNxil sour 



AiicU >«JUlv >Kik it'Ul II tj.>. ■ 

help) 

The flu IS another sttiry 
There isn i much you can do 
about It. except sleep and watch a 
lot of television, which is 
pcrfecUy iik in my btnA 

If ysNi arc able to move, dicn 
feel free to do the things you ve 
been continuously pulling oK. 
like watching ail yiiur unlaK-lled 



vKlctMapef to find out what they 
You have to watch 

■"i*!hin(! hceausc nii".! pf I'l, 
■ .i| ■■ i«iil jusl make . 
I M- found the t< 
kill lime when you re sak m, by 
playing Nintendo. You can rent a 
game from BkK'kbuslcr for S2 
and play it until your eyes turn 
colors. You'll know it s time lo 
quit when you start throwing 
ihingt at the icIcvishhi 

If you decide lo reside on die 
touih. then you better folkiw my 



^heeklisi of things you II need 
within reach: all remote controls 
ami TV k;iiuk>. a t,.»rdU'\s phiinc. 
minuiiHj'. blankets and pillows, 
aspirin, absolutely no school 
hooks (smut mags [trcferredl. and 
a barf bag. 

So if you do get sick this 
season, don't put on a new face. 
Put on a happy face and stick it 
lo your ailment. When I get sick 
(here is one thing I don't want 
to sec my couch with a dent in 
Ihe shape of my rcar^nd 



TELEMARKETING 



The Way It's Meant To Be 
Part Time Evenings 

Telemarketing at JCPenrwy offers you the opportunity youVe been looking 
lor - a great part time position with excellent wages & benelits. convenient 
scheduling and the JCPenney commitment lo employee success. 
Accepted applicants win enjoy a PAID TRAINING PROGRAM that wilt give 
you the prolessional customer contact skills needed for these in oltice 
positions. Work schedule will average 15-25 hrs./week,4.00PM 9;00PM. with 
possible limited Saturday scheduling. 

ALL SELECTED APPLICANTS RECEIVE: 

• $6.40 Per Hour Starling Rote • Merchandise Discounts 

• Paid Holiday* • Convenient Buffalo Grove Location 

• Automatic Progresaion Pay IrKrensea 

• Paid Training 

PAID TRAINING PROGRAM BEGINS 
FEBRUARY 19TH! 

Interested? Then stop in to<lay, and bring a Itiend' Individuals are invited to 
apply between 8:30AM and 4:30 PM, Mon thru Fri., or call ^S9-2900. 
Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. 

JCPennev telemarketing 

J^ CENTER 

1120 Lake Cook Road, Buffalo Grove, IL 



You're Invited 




Saturday, February 24, 1990 



Registration begins at 8.30 am m the College 
Union Program and tours between 9 00 am and 
1 2 00 noon Meet faculty, students and Admission 

Counselors. 

Phor>e now for more information! 

TElmhurst College 

Office of Admission 
(708) 617-3400 

190 Prospect Avenue. Elmhursl, llbnois 60126 



4-FEATURES 



Volkswagen; 

Advertising in a class by itself 




H/RSN3ER 



Hy Jimif Bfnoa 

Slarr Writer 

Han off u> Hjrpcrs 
"Wttunn dqwnncm 

Lasi Heinc<i(rr\ Mkl 317 
clas* wlcctcd ilic V(>lkj»ag,„ 
cumpiny for thctr cte* nrojcct 
Their obnxuvc was u> mvetit a 
"**■ creative advcnmng 
■W""«h for l»o nc« moikK 
*e Cnnado and ihe hBLSiM 

Volkswtgoii was very 
helpful They wtn nan tm 
glad lo vupply iho aecCltMiy 
mau-rulj the siujonlii aeedrd 



'<* "•'t'Migauon and marlif tmg 
itsmirch 

f)ne glial „f ihc cU^» 
rroj.M «j, ,„ rcpoMliOB 
Vwlkwagim » tw* line of cm% 
in the marketplace 

"The uHHinmng goal »a« 
ii> allo» the students to 
utHlcr'iUnd the pf«xcdure of 
>redtin|it atlveniving." vud fJon 
Scdik, ctMirdinaior of the 
•""rturimg dcptmrnew 

The advrriKirtnents were 
■ i/inr* The, 
■ tiraphK.i, J- 

-• " .1- . irr.iui iloi'dns. "It» 



• imc to think about 
Volkswaieon afam wa> the 
nanddui a Kjri 

Scdik villi. The clats 
pnxsMed the adi OMdeaily wd 
«« ■ very profeHiiiMnl mmner.- 

The advrrtitemenii »iii 
not. however. acuiaUy he u«.i 
by VoikswiiDn The ..ka »js 
lor ihe ct«»s to ptusujiiy 
trcaie adventseniemi. rather 
Ihwt read aboM ii m Iciitbunkt 

Thcv did a gtmii job. and 
[VDud uf them," iMd 
All in jJI. thcHadente 
luink.d a gieal deal ~ 




DonakJSeo. - 



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If Amwtaan H«art Association 
Baked Chicken Parmesan 

' 2 '«-3 pound tryw 
cut »*> MtVmg 
pwcas mm wtiomm 
««tsniy giouna Biaci. 

(WPIW 

>'« tap. gartc WMdei 

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itbap 
t/3cup 
1/3 cup 

inMp 

'4 cup 
13 cup 



frnncad panMy 
<*» bi»«d crumbs 



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Varsaia win« 



■.-^ ctSS^ ^*^ ««on«g» Chww. wwi^ «« crumb.. 
•« cn<-h,p D» wia»«»j a hw piWMt at a Inn. « Ihe bao 
0.1 ,1 shailtM ro«j,ng pan pour m Hw »«•■ ,ind airancB c#w«-, 

•no Daw TO »i»inuK» Mngcr 



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ftluHry Tip f w iwrv snouk) Oe uMd *«>„ 0,^ », ,^, ^ 



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J779 

236 f, 

S79 

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'1 Parmesan 
' per Serving 

IMntg 

105 ? mq 

31S mg 



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CaftJoh'.rtJratp'; 



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Wf United Parcel Service 

Announces 
A new Distribution Facility in 

PALATINE 

Part-time opportunities ideal for Harper Students 
out our advantages! 

EXCELLENT PAY 

STEADY EMPLOYMENT 

HEALTH BENEFITS 

PAID VACATION & HOLIDAYS 

POTENTIAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 

Wednesdays 9am-iiam 

'PSisanequaioppoiiunayMnpioyy 




Applications taken here 
Building A 

Friday, February 9 

10 am -2 pm 

705-6025 



February 8, 1 990 



H/^NGER 



EDITORIAL-5 



Mark's Menagerie 



"j Mark Jamn 
Slaff W ritw 



For (hose of yt>u who rc*l mv tf.lumn 
(Mh of yout. SKl (or those wh., dtm i nail 
my column all :4 'xm „r y,^, ] f,guf«-(l 
Ihai wiih lasi weeks ivsuc hcmg of MM.h a 
lwav> <heavy tlu<ic» naiuri.-. lh.>i ma\W ii 
was umc for a Itiilc bii ol fun Aruuji 
here *e Ko »ilh mini;* not i., ,i 
»h«« the snorn bit* Ihr fan 
Hwncthmg like iKall 

' !><> mM SM «■ unbrrlla. Thi% 

one UMi he VCT\ H-mnis, even when ii r>n i 

I funny The «cr»m vulo i^ ih^i ,( „ „ 

^mmrniz ihcrc isn jK.i be Ihun.l,-- - ' 

*llh II Bi-Sldcx. Ml u- 

"■* looks UKTi'ili''!' ^liip;,' 

• >nlv tiling an umlWi-ll , ,', 

smiw IS Ki fsive ihc ■ 

Min* you *ros> itie hc a hIi 

.^ Do not lra>« your hmiks 

tar kfy< in the library «bilr 



go ral. 

I I.I! 



iinil 
y«u 



This I va» myself When 



rule IS flemble li depemK ..n nhji ihc' 
membcri; i>f the oppmtle sen l<«>k lib: in 
your nc<i cIks. and whether or not ihey 
will Nc there In my lav. there jae two 
beautiful bkwHks m ii I »cni 
"i l>o not follim J sidlird ear. 
This IS |UM plain stupul. hut always m 
least OIK' fiKil wants to try To male 
''''''■'" ^'fse. ihcv also nvm lo ».ini i,> 
..jr horn whi-n itus linj oui (he 
.) 
'V t>» not try lu lake main riiuirs 
bofflr Th.M IS unless sou have brought 
■ilun^ 4 p.Mim Of vnu-lhintVone else that 
i^ soli jnJ.'or iniereslmg enoiieti lo ki-i-p 
' 'Mupnil jntVor happs 
t)o not try |« run updn»n hill 
"n a stdrwalk Ibal ba« bre-n 
-hinrled Ihcri- is jlways miayhe hs 
.!■ -'I'll iiMvIv not, only the shadow 
k'l..*-. 1 ili,t, i.ivetof K.X left fi» ihi- l,«ils 
in J hufis ihlie met, 
7 a If you do try »7 above, (to have j 

I'Oiul «-Siii\.- I.- *,4l ... I, .« . .. . I. 



Ill Ifie iil-i ! ,, . 

( ''"-r: 111 II. , 7' 

ihis w<t> at)le l«> ,:. ! ■'■.-,■■ , i , 
■ although r hail I . . • 

iildhelpthi- j- 
!i (%tin\ hi.' 
1 U.r mil uw a while sheet lu 

protect you rrum the snu« »bil« 
1 M.u wjII, acniM the parli • 
'Is dninj: this I » 
a ride ui thi-ir . ..• , ,., 

*iihl same by and aln in-„, 

I off iheir teet. and I coui : ^(„nj. 

'sh to drive (ii ikvsni lake m»h lo 
■■"■• goiti(t> Besides. u«ing a whit. 
' can be dangerous m the snjiw 
ri-a«»i while (liH-snt show verv 

1 *stltU' t'.nk^rr:Hjri,l 

Do not (■> iM elass if ,nu can't 
we Ihr huildini! nr«t dmir. 



antwherr 
with fun 

I'ri'l.r.ihh 

on.' In V , 'U 

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> llo iKii Irs I,, go 
iinlfss lis lonniiird 
■ nil <ir the oppttsilr s«t, 
- :^i il I h,isc loespLiin ih' 
. '-Ion I his-iiwg in soli, 
l>" nol utr I 
Iji4k« tu park Ihi-s 
to frce/c ()l souiv il 

voull be in great shajv : . ,. ,,,_„. 

' -liking youll do hil.w it ih.tws 
Usi. but not least 
I'l D« not l<Kk vuur ke»s in si.ur 
car while your ui is runnmi! and 
)our upare keys are m another 
lo«»« 1 know a Kirl ihji ,l,vs ihis m 
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V* tK'a'vei , 



J"sihm« you dun I 




Library can help with 
new student IDs 

S sh.>w over 4(> ihtntvamJ students aitcn<ie.l Ikrper . , r „n he l^XS 

lo^L^^t n r^ ''"^ cotiiptwrs ^,n have to he s lolel v r. 
lo msune that all data is tuncni Th;ii is a lot i>f naivr *„ri \V 

inis, they might ;is well take it one step funhcr 

:'.T;:;ss.;i._-li^..-^'S^c^'""-- 

-Sitidem IfuolvertKm GHnmiiiec {h-iiipeiMin I>,mi Busscv is eiirrrn.lv 
working cm improving ih.s v.tu.ition He has e.p r.f "'^^V ^^ S- 
f Mudent IDs. and. after talking vs.th him. \. ,he '-, 

Bussey proposes an ins tedibly simple idea He wants a card w.ih a 

:^::^ ^^:r]::zi:;'L!:' ' r"' -r^ "^ -udi-nr^i:''!' 

v.. M ,1 'h *""W loot «mtlar lo the card's v,deo chains use It 

lucntiticanon. ' - '>'•""'' 

Il could he used m .i s.uu n^( ^ 

itciiims. Tnisiec and 

i i.c possibility of a merge should he explored It would nivr ih- 



HARBINGFR 

Wilkain Raniey Harper CoOlgt 

1 200 Wat AlgcHkium Ramt 

hiaune, nimoii MI0ri7 

.197 JOOn 



Editorial Board 

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Overheard 
suggestions 
for a college 
theme.... 



H«rp«r - w'v got th« 
biggest bust - in our 
courtyard" 

"Harp«r - because you 
couldn't smoke In high 
school" 

"Harper - because shit 
happens" 

"Harper - we're not a high 
school with ash trays 
because were taking the 
•sh trays out" 

"Harper - home ot the 
•verlasting geese" 

"Harper - it could happen i 
to you" <- 



Tari Vaughn 
EdJior-in-Chier 



I he HarMHter wtlamma kt- 
irrs I,. Ike ediwr and replies lo our 
f^'>u>rtaliUiier,mmilie2.V>wonb 
w leu. amd signed with a xKial 
ieiarttynumher Signatures >»ll be 
• !/**«■« i^m reqiusi All Irtien 
<«-t sulf^i m .Jmng Sendleuer, 
u> Harper Coilege. room A.W. or 
hring tliem by Mondaji tkrough 
Fnda^dunng rrgulm affiee boHrs 



Li.sa AusI 
Managing Editor 



NOTICE 

The "Spnng Break News" insert 
IS a paid advertisement and not 
sponsored by the Harbinger 
or Harper College. 




6-ENTERTAINMENT 



H.^NGER 



February 8, 1990 



Yeah baby! It's Johnny B 



And a(ain. I dtdn i ripnrl Iht: Johnny 
and the Lci«urr Suns concen i» he 
anything shcm of s{ir<. ia>. utai 

Saiurday't thtra. vumng the nully 
ionalhon Brandmctcr. murnini; DJ on 
Wl.l'P FM'W/AMKMX). was "iNl minutes 
t>(g(«Nl. clean (jnd diny) I'ltn. 

Johnny entered in true Brandnunr 
fashion With the ihcmc (rom 'KiKk> 
hiaring and smoke rapidly tilling the 
R««enumt Htm/on. Johnny B a(<peafed 
Irom nowhere and ihc hand ri|i|>cd iniit 
When Fnda) Comex " 

The show rolled on with all the (unns 



clasMCS, incliHiiRg 'How How How.* 
Ym Wont See Me .n vu \ awl 

'Huw'm I (oama he a DAI > 

The set als») featured some nc» yonfCi. 

"Breaking Up Un i iUtii to Do' and 
Talking Headlines" were •*■ " 
Swcfi Home Chicago' was 

highlight ii< (he evening 

Jimmy 'Bud" Weiscr and Piraiiha 

Man stole pan ■>• ih-- »h.i«. :>^ Thp 

Ddncing Cond.' 

throughout the p. i i 

I ove in the Aideex, pMM«K otM iinincd 

ediiMm Johnny B caadncns 

Weiser and Piranha Man were also 

featured in "TV Wedding of ihe F svnmg. 

in whiih Wiiscr played Ihc hfide Jimmy 



'Byd" buds vLininH'd Piranha Man and the 

hwdwcir .1 Siufil) W.inijn; 

The 1 •un(!e, Ihe Nues 

pomon, wdN diiiHluf iiiiijoc highlight of 
ihts parly li liMiured s|«cvial guest 
iifisl 1 onnii- Brooks and Johnnys 
>i>k Julian Bu// Kilman Blucsman 
nruukx jammed nut a stu^ called "One 
MnreSho«." 

Johnny amt Bu// peifnrmcd a duct 
called "Bom in Chuago ' This hluesy 
number was aetenii-.l Hs Vinj/\ cn.T*"rtK 
harmonKaptayiii 
The 1.1SI M • 

, Prim > s I ; 

i ailhlJkrui 
ill Chicago.' 



It IS ohvious that Johnny loves hi» 
j<* and hi* fans To hnrrow a line from 
Ihe song "Just Having Fun," he said. "Ill 
he Johnny in the numing ju» at long as I 
can he " 

Jsihnny and iJk' I^LSure Suits lived up 
lu their reputation ax 'the single houcsl 
performing act in Chicago ' ll wasn i jusi 
a concert. II wa« a parly, especially after 
Johnny dropped his pants Yeah babyl 

Somehow. Bnindmcier never fads Ui 
leave a crowd speechless He left. 
suspended in mid air. thanking all his 
loyal tjns 

The Leisure Suits hand deserves 
nu'ntum uxi. They are a first class hand 
and a fine complimcnl k> Johnny s lalcm. 





- Ian McCuiloch's Candleland 



ll> St... Illll 

suft \\ filer 



When tcho and the 
Hunnymen, one ol alleraalisc 
UKk\ forcmo'J hands bri*c up 
>l - II In hi-ar Ijns 



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' Wildly ^ 
Entertaining! 



you an a bngn >rvlivK)uai tmn load* cH tatan All you naao a 
Ih«rigNp>ac«b«fui)«ui stuff lo >how yoif tai* btanl c« an- 
IHusiasm Puionyouisalatinaiandcon<*ioBu«cnGar()*n& 
Fkxma 5 mo« •meflamiog and amic adoantu's pan' Evary- 
one wiU M [u« wild arxxjl fOo ^f^9 pfonn 



AUDITIONS & INTERVIEWS 

Surtday. February 18, 1990 • 9 a.m.—* p.m. 

PALMER HOUSE 

17 E. Monroe Street • Chicago 



Singers and DarKers 

Me '> wan^hing kx Ti^te arnl ie<naM isaure dancen and la Xrong 
wigara initio also dance «•• Singan ihouU pi«pare two tfion mIk 
nons (ballad and upternpo) Bring inaal mu«c a mairumanial back 
ground cassane m jnur baai My AccompanM and eimni racotder 
prmidad Oancars should bring danot an and nawa 2 rranul>p>» 
paiwd cnonogii^inad piece tnowmg movamanl and aviMiilirs 
Singers be pnmared n dance and darters be prepared lo s«g 

Musicians 



.ll VI. l^ h. I 

Huiinsnien, IV: 
kilk'kl in a mi Hi" 

Ian Ma'iin .- n 
111 Ihc Kurinsnifii ■.- 

' - ' ■ " ilhy ihc Jv.i,^ 

ne can only hcgm in 
.!» mil. h JifUrcni hi^ 



Despilc Ihc p,)iii .incl 
;. *mrodikn cmiuioiiN gaining 
ihe upper han.! M^Cullosh left 
loom emiu^rh for some uplviii 
h..[\lul -.m^, ..;,,' 
I li.kcrirv "^t'; If'- 



iMl I ',U1.1U-I.tfhl 



ifiLltcliind IS already 

..h lo be called 

■ '.('ulkiihsiitKn 

1 wisc-beyond 

lo guest anisls 

'I the Cure and 

' .su.m I A ins f li/jK'th Ira/cr. 

jikl ih.' .ilhum (Mils gets heuer 

fiasci hinlingly 

heaulitui » .the lillc 

track ons- i... !i!);hlij;his, 

jione vtith ilie lirsi single Proud 
!.• ! .ill" -iriil ido Im.il ir.kl ' .Sun 



ii.ii tMiii. or 
Icpression ..jusi 

, ■■•■',■ . N.i.iiicvs. a sadness 
Iviriu- .>! .lcv)Mii and loss lis a 
;x-rlccl wji. ' ■ !•— ■ 'he album, 

which Mil lU-Nlnhls 

f.il!hr 

.m >iiu Well IS 
.'111. penile .lUiL' in 



s.hi.. h M. CulKHh seems lo be 

'iiinsclf more than to 

When all the bliHid 

IS s{iiiiing / will ll pour nghl out 

of you?" 

For many people 
songwriting is a way to express 
emotions, an ouUcl for pcni-up 
Irusu-atKim. anfcr, and biiicmess. 
listening lo an album like this 
when you re sad won't make you 
happier, but it becomes a way lo 
share ymir sailness widi somennc 
else when there's really no one 
else there With the assistance of 
Ian McCuiloch's Candleland. 
you can not only share one 
amsiher s sorrow . but feel a little 
more al peace when ii's nvrr 
Vi>u cani ask lor nuKh nmu- 
Uun thai. 

Raltag out of 5: ••*• 
As a ptisucript for 
Bunnyman fans: The Bunnymen 
arc currently playing Hsme dales 
m ihe VK with a new lead nnger 
in preparalKw for die lecofding of 
a new album 



TVPISTS'SECBETAmES-CLERKS 



IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 



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IM'ISIS 

n<;i Ki n I KKs 



WOkl) I'KfK I ssiNt; 
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mi I A( TORY 



1 are •^jenenceo *> oarKe mov.- 



Comic Actors 

P-ev-a'.- a ^ur^<c TxxHiiogue ? rmnules long ol efipfopfi^e meiertei 
ibu iTsey be raquasied K' pertorm an enpRMtdnn tmnr ckateds an> 
heiplui ana may <!«. be ivqumed 



Variety Performers 



vidg«:.a.is jugqiws arsi m.m»s «»io p»e»eoi »Mi»ng siieei pertoi 
manres siiouio prepare a tfion njulme Oemonviaiino yum sfwcvKy 

Technical Personnel 

..._* nyfi. K.^^e'-fiL^j .ijgr "lar.egws sliillwl fOUSd and HgMiny 
lecrwiKiuKs* siage hands seemwiewes and weaiiii. Be «um to 



NN KST U inUTsirwini: nov« for ^hor^ and 
lung lirm assi|:nm(Mis siiih stcll-knoMn 
ditnl sompanirs. We have po<kilions 
available at all Uvrls of officr skills: 
srcrrtarics, with or s.iihoul slino word 
prortssors, < RT operators. bookkeepers, 
clerks, and vsarehousc'lile faclory. WEST 
offers lop wages, bonuses and paid 
vataliims. Kirellrnt upporlunily lo earn 
eilra cash! call now and work close lo 
home. 



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Tef«P» I 



CALL 605-0555 



^BUSCH 

Gardens 



OSt Jomporary Service 

600 Woodfiild Dr. .Suite- 1170 

Schauniburg 



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ENTERTAINMENT^ 




Speech team 
enjoys the 
fruits of victory 



Mike on Movies 









The Harper College Speech Team n 
eanewly enjoymg tJw a«ter|*>* of •«»»' 

The leam «wk the *'«« l*«« *^ 
Bopby 11 the H.ghUiHl Commumty 
College TtmnuOTicnl oo Fehnur> 3 »"<» ' 
u, Ftceport. m.not% Th.* wk. the UrgcH. 
meet of the yc«. with 2< collf^* »"> 
aMvcRitKS mending 

Leading the team wa« R«>««^ 
L iger «tth a fini pl«e m Speah to 
EntCTUin. ami ux.m.l rl«« »*»^* '"' 
PCTSuasiwn atd Impnwiptu Speaking^ j 

The Reader* Theaue ifi«" M Rof** 
Burn Kathi BrsmJ«lin<'. Shiri Ollmofe 
ml M».hclU- PnjMnitcerw4«*iWpl»ix 
trophy I.* theit imcrpretaw* of »••€» 
r.lh Sp»ak» , . , 

Mar* Delis ctomed ihc I''* r'* 
.vard lot pewuasKMi. «hiW t>w.s»" 
,v«ell took a trophy lor «»* pl*-- "■ 
DramalK Prriuu>t<'n 

Other simU-ni- nu-mSr- ...mi.K.M- 
icam point* were Jell Bn^Av Ri>^ M-l' 
David Spada m«1 EUinc Wnnm 

The Speevh Tcann ne«l tournament 
», 11 he the stale competitnw at lllimnv 
Central Ci>lkge m Pcona. Win"*'* 



Valentine's Day 
personal ads 

ch lor a 
,_ur S¥»e«tie ^rt next iv.;e!<'s 
issue of me Harbinger 



The miivic iheata » no kmgt' the 
only place u> v«* pCM W»» 'h''* 
^t N.3*. more and marc people »akh 
movies 00 video m the comfort oC ihetr 
own homes Foe this rea«>n. I am 
dcdicaung ihn week t column u> m..vK-- 
that have been tetcnay rcWawd i" * i^W" 

and an- »"»th '«■'"•' 
0«»d Man Out 

The death penalty h»« become an 
,..ue .hich ha* received increawd 
Micotion lately Thi<i movrc had ihr 
Mb » tackle the i»ue in an mu-llig^' 
yfl eMertuning way TV atimn m if 
dim It incrrdiWe Ruben Blades 
man who has gone insane im A.: 
and Danny (ilovcr is the p'iycM'H>iE>-i 
who must being him ha.k u> «t«y « 
he can be legally cifvui.-' 
«u(pri«>ng end to the Idm U.i 
w..v>.i ".tunned f*' ■ ' ' *"' 
l\jflC. \h>< fill" 



nsdcxinid, 

•••|/2o«of •••* »«*» 
OO ttw BlflW Thing 

Thi» i» Spike 1 ec s masterpuvc m 
lilm Everything in thiv movie is 
esteemed to the ptwrn ol peftamin and 
elcwiy utates the sad slate o« racism in 
,\mcnca today A must sec (or anyone 
whii IV a mcmhct ol the human race 

•••• out ol •••■ vurv 

Paranit 

Thiv black ci>mcdy/hom« lilm 

directed by Bob Balahan disvuvvcv the 

honors ol lelioscrs and the crealivc 

,mas'n^«« "• » t^ild Ramly <>m"I and 

ih Hun ■•us iv III- - ! ' 

I.- Brun Mi.lii ■ • 

Vl in 

•1. .1 in 



Tn« Racnai Paper* 

T)i:, inl'-ll;.TrI f: 



There's only 

one way to 

come out ahead 

of the pack. 



rU ll 



««m he WIS hi* sights a little tt« hi^h 
when be attempts to *<«,. .he 
evh.lirating Ume Skye Following the 
iw„ m and out of love, this movie has a 
wann IccUng and deals with the cmouim 
ol love in a realisiic and hum.«iHis way 
Dircitof Daman Hams has one uppcd 
John Hughes by giwnn his sttwy a 
iralistjc and u«n;hin|! end 

•••iHllol *••• S««* 

woman on Iha Varga ol a 
Narvou* Braakdown 

The UuM lilni lf>"" 'he *"''d 
renown Spanish direcioi I'cdro 
Alm.xkivar This film was shown here 
ai Harper last Mrmcsia. and lor all ol 
ihosc whii missed it. here is wmr 
..hanvc Tills movie is as cokKlul Js a 
ladies fashion maga/inc in lenns ol its 
|,»As and lis characters Carmen Maura 
vuiN m this wonderful comedy about ihi- 
imle irimus ol life H is definatclv 
wiVththirlcwhocl, !os,or. 

lo pKk up Ihis film - """■' 

over and enios 

•••!;: out .< sijis 




Electric Phase 



By trk JaMia 
S taff W riter 

VmviMl IS a IrcrKhCanailun hand 
that has b,vn causing a sur wilh th.- 
undcrfrtHind s^en.- laiciv Vo.v.h1 is a 
hard band U) cUss.ly bCK aose ibey have 
»uch a uniiiuc »ound thai H «■«* 
wrocwherr between MetallKa and Pink 

ru.vd... ■ »•«»*«" 

Uu- Jlt'ii"' NV-ii.^i^iJce IS a 
um..ctnual album aNwi a r's"" "»"' 
ihe luiurc who voyages into his .'vn 
mind Ii s m* lust ihe story that makes 



>:r>' .1 ii 



IIJIlll. 
ill .m.l 
■ '\huh 

lilts 

*o 

r jii' ni 
change's .ind >iiiiinf >:uiui t.'uiu-s >'l 
a»cman Dcni* Uamour tha* leave you 
cimfuscd and awBXMial *e amc vme. 

'^ . . ,,, t ....I .Ml 'i«s ViUninirlacc 



ihis album s.i 
unpiedk iibiliiy >« 
ihe smgmi! .'( ii 
gives the I 
like 1 1110 ^' 
Ivm^vks luil Still i 



delay twells by > 
MBfing by Snake 
strange, n».«»K r 



I hauiiuni; 
idis simc a 



111.- I I. ^J inlliKll. "" 

lums like Missing Sequciu.s .u.^i \ 
Kav Mirror which thrash out but still 
have a sery hspmilic awl myslKal leel 
about them 

fKerall NoihingUc is a very dark 
album lull ol hish concxpts. deep lyrics 
and toul musKal genius 1 n.-conimend 
ihat if yourc not inui deep thinkinp 
masK. this 1% not the album fi» you 
Hill, if you like I '"■' 

iroufievy ol drun ^'*' 

BbckieV kdler (iuilu ."■>; ■••^i — i~-|H» 
then this IS a wmrK-r 

• ••• ,>( •"•• VIMS 





ROOSEVELT GIVES YOU A LOT OF CREDIT 

(AND CREDITS) FOR CONTINUING 

YOUR EDUCATION 



We understand that you ve invested a lot o( hard work m 
your education So when you transfer to RooseveH we 
make every effort to see thai the transition is smooth tor 
continuing your studies „, w,„ 

We offer a wide variety of degree programs including 
HosDitalitv r/anagement. Business Administration. Corn- 
outer Science, Economics, Journalism, IVIusic, Theatre 
arvi many others What s more, we boast a top-notch 
faculty small classes and admission counselors ready 
to assist you m enrolling at Roosevelt 

Even If you re not quite ready to transfer, we urge you 
to talk with one of our counselors and tour one of our 
campuses Planning early insures a snxxjth transfer 



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i Please seryd me lurther infonnation and a 

i sc:he(Jule ol classes I am c»nsick»ring 

1 vansfemng to Rooseven 

I mFaH 

1 m Spring 19 

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S-WHATS HAPPENING 



H^RBr>IGER 



February 8. 1990 



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8 Atbury Brass 
QuInM 

Frecconcan 
12 15p«T) P205 



9 21stC»ntury 
HeuMOanc* 

8pm, BWg A 



10 Wr**IMn«- 
ItogionlVMMl 

Bkig M 9 am 



11 Th«CMc«9e 
Chambw Mis(- 

ctans 

3 pm, J143 



12 Unco«n t 
Blftttday 

NoctsssM 



13 Btskctbsll- 
Cotlag* of DuPag* 
•1 Harper 

7pm 



14 VatanUnasDay 



Blood Drtva 

8 30 am 3 30 pm 
A242 




Aluminum can recycling efforts continue 



Throu|ih(w( the t anip; 
■ arc ^pcciai ciMUiuncr* mark 
ihe jL-iposal (rf empty m*)j J' 
Harper is encouraging cv.-ni.ri 
111 dispose of ihiir 
aluminam so*i £»»•• '" 
liners «' i^"' 
,1 Ii ulu-1 "~ 
. lo prioiUL. 



tiKi-. Iruiti rrtvilnl aluminum 
n inmi tj» nwilcn^* 



Clubs and Organizations Days at Harper 



Photos by Victor Chin 



Community service group comes to 
Harper 



Cir.Jc 

orgarn 



K itk- *orIirs l.«>;c 4 Tlohs TV pmfn *wk tosvlhif 



, mil the needs of llie 



(_ ;lji' K Alii I- 

fir>i mciiins on 

' ' - : it\ 1-1 ,1! 1 '"v 

; Aiirviiiiv (■.■nlcrcnic 

..\rnonc i!ikTC>lc>l in 

t- thtH lommunitj or 

i'ihj: thcif leadership ami 





Brass quintet 
at Harper 

The Aobury BrasN (>uinut 
will prcwril J mini v.MK.ert al 
iZrIJpmon 1hur>iliiy, PctfKiwy 
8 in room P205. 

The bras* ciucmblc bcgsin 
performing together while the 
five were gradtaie iliHlenu at 
Nonhwcsiem University Tlie 
members are now individustty 
associated with symphony 
oichcstras such as the Chicago 
Symphony, ih* Milwaukee 
Symphony and the Elgin 
Symphony 

Together, however, they aK 
the only brass ensemble to have 
won first prite at the Fischoff 
International Chamber Mumc 
Competition as well a« ihc 
Sanderson Awaid at the Coleman 
Chamber Music CompeiitHW 

Their program include* 
ttoiifll jvr vl ''^'l' standards. 
the marches of John Phillip 
Sou.sa and the music ot the 
Amencan musical theatre 



to perform 



Sf..niKr^ .'I Ihc A*hur> 
Brav^ tjuiiitri UK hi.1t- *»<•■■' 
aenuscn and Kcvm Haiuiun un 
inimpet. Gitrgory Uml on horn. 
Mark Fisher on mnnbooc and 
Charles Sthuchal t» luha 

For more inlormaiiiwi ahoui 
ttK perforauuKC. call the Harfici 
Musk Depamneot at esicnsHMi 
2!i68. There is no admission 
ci 



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Februarys, 1990 



hH?BNGER 



WHAT'S HAPPENING-9 



Models wanted for Harper fashion show 



S»«fr Writer 



Harper's Fashion Department will 
hold audiiKim on February 19 from Jpm 
lo Spin in HI 14 (or studenb inirrcsied in 
modeling for upcoming fa«hion \him-, 
No cjprncnce is no:essiir> . hui women arc 
required lo wear a skin and heels 
Preferably studenu should also he at least 
57- ull 

Models chosen will hjw the 
opportunity lo work with profcssmnal 
models al Harpers anntial studciM run 



show in May "The annual them iv a grejM 
chance to gel espenence and training for a 
career in modeling' said Susan liocMet, 
cc^presidenl of the fashion cluh Harpers 
Biurre "lasi year we had a Im of 
pmfewuooals in the field attend ' 

Prolc^Monal model teacher and 
Icctura Jill AdAu will ftiige the aadiiioas. 
and conduct the two iraonnf lesaans on 
March I and X from 4pm to )Spm 

Further <|ucstK<ns can he answered by 
Susan Troestcr. Jcnmici Trooicr or 
JcMufer flachrietd at est. 2 M4. 



MODELS 
WANTED 

flPOTHECa 




Models needed for the ufxroming PRKMIKR <howns: of 
Jon English s OITHKC;! prwfessional Hairc , 

The show will be held on Sund.i\ !• . I.ni.ir% 111 f>90, from 
'^^ pm ■ 9 pm at the liaddison Houl im Koscntont 

111 partirip:iti., you must ho at the modol cull at 



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A rashionabW iMmori willme tn h.iv.. their h.iir 
eut ahort or shorter than prtMnt lenj^h 

If you arc aeleeted frDm the model eall. you will reeeive: 

A »S0, 00 Payment 

A »S0 00 m APOTHIX:. pnrfMjional hair rare produ, .- 

A A haircut and makeover valued at $200 p^rformpd tn 
OIM! of the sahm industry s erettt«-«t sty lists 



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Announcements 



Matt* AniilMy 

Tin Octciimmg Muh Anstctv Imnip 
win mmK Mondi). Fctmury 19 fioni : • 
m mom Dina TV pin^ u open u- 
who ditliiin « wooii nuih. Cafl \ . . 



PldTlwla Kappa 

PhiThcU Ktppa wil! hch..;.linK "^ "'"■■" 
lauon and gmcral mrmhn mwiinj; in Ihc 
caf««n»«BF*ru»r> HM4ind7 JOpra F.W 
•mm mfiwnniion. cnniKi L«r\ K — ■ . : 

BASIC 

"Hm week's meMinc upK will he 
■Pi.ysT" Mmingt kill he held an T:..-,.<.u 
Inwil »o; <()pmmilWedei.wl.>fn.r-.; i, 
' 10 pm « room A'V* Ftir imnr mUim, 
lion. ctMwi PmiIi Tahm u I'll ::i: 

Prosram Board 

Any«i>r mtcre-nt-.) i 

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Political Science Club 



-T -T' : att Jim airsl 22'^4 

ScMnic* Ftcilon and Fantasy Club 

The Si'Mtn* r ! 
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Young Corporaia Achlavars 

Al llic nr«i meeung. tflcrr »ill S- ■ 

"• ikcr divuum^ hpw lo stirl up a imaii 

'n<M« in ihe NW utburbi Mmingc m: 

■■■rvFridj) mi.»iriij;s^ ,,„.„„ t-v<Ts,>nc 
nwdoome' 

BACCHUS 

H MlHl S. < uikhmi run injcmiraiKin 
thai imnnniri «:nMNc Jotnion mdiing ami 
■Icahol iwatmeu. <»i|| he tu<Mmf w«kly 
meetings on W«ftir«|j<. . . „.„, 

AMt ftjr rtK»re inft«Tt> i Marv 

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Scholarships 

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H/1«IMGER 



Februarys, 1990 



Personals 



Mr. MM, 

Thinks agm tor your htip on TuMt^r 

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mM-Mmm tor your b»ihdiy Or 

«nUd you mw Ml «« m un tka^ 

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is a pajd advertisement and not 
sponsored by the Harbinger 
or Harper College 



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A PROFESSIONAL 
CHALLENGE. 

Theieii ahwiys a new ckaUmfir in ,^rmv RntTve Nursing. 
Milnarv' rtunii^ puts yiiu m cimtaa wiih snuanom vtw nrwr 
erKiMjntrmJ in civiliiin mirunK. 

'Sio'iir c>vubind\ hrir^ pm to the trw m Arrm Rt-wrw 
Niirsinii; And yiiu'miirv%t.mtK hrini; itk i Hirii^vJ i.un\riniK 
^Hir rdiKaniin K partici(\innK in Amu IUmWi ( .m- «*initi,ir\ 
V. I « iterant c» arvl i<«ir«-v 

Vhi'H he cK.iitcn|!nl ime wirkmi] ■« n»<nih jikl tw ■ Wf cli» 
* '^M Are vi>uu|i iixKr iluiler>Ki'' ll w (.ilk it>us.iKHM wKiI 
itV like h) Kr jn Anm Rrx-nv Sune I .ill riulii m«» .it 

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S500 PRIZES $100 

Standing Up 
for Peace 
CONTEST 



Whv iuvr «>nnf p«>plr rwk«l Ihcw 

f)km. Ihnr homm. Ihi-w faimliM «Hi rveti 

pruon (o l<UkF < Mutd lor pedcr' The B vi"" 

chMicr lo hnd init The Stand m(( Up lor Peace Contest invites you to talk 

iace to iaiv with M>ini-on«> who has rp*\i.M>d lo h^hl in war, pay ta>e» lor 

war. or huiM weapons lor war, and to hew what it s like to lake a stand 

and nsk I he >onsenueni-es 

In this iwntrst, vou ri- a»ked lo intervn^w someone who has said no to 
war. and then to enprrv- whal vou think and l«^ about wliat you heard 
bv writing something or creatinf; a work ol art or mush: 

The contest t» open to young people ages 15-23 The deadline for en- 
tries » Mav I, 1<«»0 

To enUi, lend tor lh»' Standing Up lor Peace Contest Booktei FeUow- 
»hip ot Rwvnviliahon. Box 171, Nyack. NY IW*0, (914) .^5«-4«)l 

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Sports 




"!"!!l!T '"""'' R^g'ona' Championships 



» resiling Ha»lL 
ishkhuiU) 
«caM>n »Hh 
wins o»cr I. 
teams ihn p.j I > 

Mcramci ..i.j t,„oi r,,u 
>■■>•<• ffil lo ihe Kiiil.n,; 

Ha*t caropll^ 

Peokrag ar lusi the ru-ht 



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W««w Soabfifiop) and Ere Gol«wo,(««~-, "■*• *» ***" cc 



Hawks Basketball on losing skid 




Gnat WrJirr 



Heal Ctmh Paul Kaslner 
kn beeg known lo ha vc satd lliiii 
taunt fan he as conuigious a<i 
winmni; If so. ,i mjiy be ihik (or 
lum ID perform a daciar's Iwue 
can. 

The Hawk't Men* B«4ei 
Wl Team has gone on a iwii- 

|«»elOHBJ.llud.(fcoWH|,,9| . 

» decisioi. (« TriiMi Iw Tiiex 




(byiwdjici wii..ssjiiii,n,„. 

Vaitrt ,1(1 s.uuf.b. I he kiss,., 
drtiWwJ Hjfjvj I,) I s ') |„ ,(,^. 
year. 14 m SJfpiin 

In the Tnum jjame Irish 
mm Ceurge I>iiies icpi up hiv 
«o*wf pace with 14 pouus lo 
•m«1I»B xmcrs. The H*wk», who 

"■*<• for a good (WfiMwi of the 
earoc. whmloiJ jn H4 w dcfmi 
with ^M, u> go in the game 
Denrk Murrjy als.. lomrihuu-j 
l6|H«ni» m ihc ktsmg uuse 

Al Illinois Valley, the 
Hj«>ks jni) ApAhesii:' 10 \ 
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Laciy^ Hawks 
take steps 
forward 



' »wl Writer 

When Am hMm kit a 17 foot 

sLn^kiis^irfor'^ 




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'•• oay niom l.oa» for raiuHn », n«,i w,^-j Hattmwr 



Region IV Wrestling Championship Tournament 

oltege. Saturday. February 10, 9 am. BuJld.no M 



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ady ftewks a «0S3 wte owvR 
Ap^ Stttrday wtuhg. TV win. 
e«ptal -Ml a 77-61 wew, « Tr«4n 

^ la^ •'*^- P- "fce Lady 
^k* •»«*<»• top oTlhe IMC at 
IM ovcratl and 6- 1 w hmK pl^ 

We've bcoi mMm hit neog 
»•* Mcti viaory.- ntf M^tomoce 
Amy KimM. whotcoedaiaiBiof 27 ' 

POUKl. 

Aiw*« hig «»oo fcr Satwtoy-r 
WM came dae to Ae iMM'^i Mcceat « 

« *MJ taetodtat •* fin. 20 

'■^ of 14. KamoL wiM aoM 7 fa 7 
atwiiwiaiimi 

. "^ •«■» caa aN tat clinch the , 

Valley tTi^cJ^Z^ 1 
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Special 
Issue 



Valentine's ^^^^i_ 
Day 1990 v^i^ 

^Souvenir pull-out section 



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Valentine winners 



Canterlotd 



This week's calendar I 



H/1RBINGER 



Feboiary 14. 1990 



William Ratney Harp»r CoMage 



VOL. 24, r^ 21 



THIS WEEK 



ENTERTAINMENT 



Joe Stachler. Harbinger 
Movie C^yUc. gives us a 
ain-down of some 
upcoming sequels 



^OBOCOP 2«b 

rhe Godfather 

58 HOURS 

Page 7 



SPORTS 



WRESTLING! 

Harper's grapplers, on 
their way to Nationals 



Condom Week educates public 



By Tari Vaq^ 
l-ditnr-in-f hief 



Irjn-HTiiKil lll^vJ■.^> 

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iauige.«. and cditcMion timw^ 

humor lo primM^o c«''- ^ 
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A typical oorxtom display in a dnjg store 



*•»)« tf Viclw C«Hn 



National Condom Week: 
February 14-22 



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Pool room 
renovation 
still planned 



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lot ii <,iiu ihiiik wm mijihl ami Condtmi Quiikic i.'in/ 

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INDEX. 



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bulls 

rhank> It' *itutli.'ni AvIivuk'n jnt! j 
S*rna)it' \uK .tnimiitci. ihc ftuMii Vktil K^ 
lOIHiTU'i! inlt> J iiiini »UhK nl i ■ ulti 
JKCOltiing lo Studcnl Ailn > 
fcaruK Panluitm 

Plans are in ihc *i«li4 in (u,; 
i( gammp laNci fi» itic%« or nH«i' ; - 
,1 !,r " ■ A !ih video h-"' i;- 

turrcnl l\ i- '■'•.: 
• MttfN, saul Punkantii 
aKti call Icr the 
■I v\ H( M tri>m Am 
' '■• nitiNtc t*ill 



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Mu. 



New, 1-2 

Features j 4 

Edtloriai 5 

Entertainmenl 6-6 

Valentines centerfolc) 

Entertalnmen: 7 

Happening 9 

Fun Page tO 

ClassHied'! " : 

Sport».. 



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area, i^uu 
inWrferi 

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luhtn^ thf 

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been dcicrrtiiiuil HkK Ii:; th>- uiu-ralitm^ 
BUH tw apprmcd h\ Uv Bnartt t-l fru^tct - 
duni))! c^k.)) phase 

(Jnginally Ihc w«irk wa« schcilulcd lo 
lake place during winicr ttrcak, thr 
fcnovalKMH are now pu«hed hack umd 
May. 

In the fncantinK. Ute college odi sell 
Tive ot lU eight pool tabtct. They have 
been refclicd »iihin the pa»i month 
Anytioe who ut inleietted in lieuig put on 
the bid list may comaci Tliea Krthavam 
at extenwMi 2222. 




Hwl* an HwiMn CaMn 



Movin' to the groove 

Haipar sludanlt )ain lo tiM mn provxlad by Julian 'Jumpm' Paraz ol BM Owar 
fOOpoopiaanafldadlhadanoa Tha ciohm) was divaria and prowdad a maionly of 
Iha anivrtainmanl tliamsatva* wKh spactaculai danca movas. 

Saa ralalad alory on paga a 




Bears play for charity 



Washington fraternity suspended 
after sheep incident 




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Animjl H.iusi- 



hU- Animal Conliol 
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Research 
saves lives. 



|p% Amof icon Heart 
^jl|r Asiociation 



Win Richard Lewis Ticltets 



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." ..call today star, tomorrow muimunuiin 



February 14, 1990 



H.^srcE- 



FEATURES-3 



Physical Education Complex: it's not just a gym anymore 




Wtighl Room 



Swimffiing 



Haiju«ttMM 






Staff Writer 



How about a relmiting twim. • «>){>»• 
tius iMakiPiii or a friendly fame of tmifKi- 

Tobontm n lint- (nim Jm- F*i>«.«(x) ' lu'.i 
^aoffyourbi; ' intulhejym:' 

ThcHwi- 'lyticaiEduaiiKm 

Complex. mHuiHiii'v' vi.iMipcnmareirukir 
Nasi* lhr(Hi(:hitui ihc iibool ycat for retrcj 
iKtn. not ani'i iiu ihc ^UHkiib. IauIiv ami 
.ull. but (gr the bene fit oi iht- Harjicr nim 
intouly m dcM. 



1'. 
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4-FEATURES 



H/RBN6ER 



February 14, 1990 



Biology class to study In Isle Royale 



By Sandri Srfwirt 
SUffWrilrr 

The BKikigy Drpart- 
mrm a ofreraig a unique 
counc dunng the Summer 
IQWwttitn. lasuadof die 
umal acadcmk; preie<)ui' 
tiiri, a sudeiu nftytcn«i 
for BK) 15:. Field Bio\ 
ogy, must show nutuniv. 
iMclkcl and phyuial abil 
it> Fjwollmeni n b> con 
teni ul the mstncuir. Bill 
Andrcicn. and is bmiled to 
nmcsiudcnu. 

Aadnsen calU ibc 
ctMia~mo(tilecU«snxm" 
Al\a one and a-half wcrk.; 
of (xcparauim and clashes 
ai Hafpcr and vanous uici 
in the ChKagn area, the 
class •ill travel by van u> 
Gnnd Portage , M mncmia. 
FroM there, a lioce-haur 



boat tnp will late the lUit- 
dcnui to kle Rityaic. a U. S 
Natiuflal ParlL m the ncirth- 
wca corner of Lake Sufv- 
nor. where ihev wiH spend 
anoihrr one atda-hati warb 
Andrcscn renurkcJ that the 
clas.1 « 'only three weeks 
long, but rt IS an mtcauve 
time weekn lilt a hx of fun. 
hut It i\ a cUv\fi««ni " 



camfMte cath day. Ttie >w- 
deni> w ill hike Ovc n rifloen 
mile%(ierdav with full Inck- 
pKks. <ludymft the environ' 
ment as ihey go Anktsro 
eiplatficil thai "the emphasn 
i\ u« reading the rnviron- 
nient. knikmganddelennin 
u^ why vcgeuuon u their, 
dnawennglhe histrirv of lh«r 
aa-^ li^urin^ iMit why ccr- 




'This is the only class I've taken 
where you have to crawl over the 
instructor ..." Student 



WcKoyaleiv jniuMsol 
rugged wiliirmeM with no 
vehicttlar iraltW All travel 
an the isilind udone by foot. 
Hie island isacccs&iMe ><ilv 
by boot or 'waplane 

The mu^lle cUNOmm 
win mvel to » dtflercni 



Uin planix jrr in cnratn 
places, and what a hafificn- 
ing vegeuiioo-wi-<." 

Although the studcnu 
will spent.'. miHt <t( their tunc 
MiMtvmg the pl.ini life, the 
cJjnd B aU) a home f (T «iU- 
life Isk-Rovaleiswelll 



tor lU woli and mniKC pofw- 
taurm. The wolve« will im 
he as evident as the moose. 
aXUtMigh Mgn> ol their prti- 
ewc will he vhjWc 

ITie i'ta^ will al.so he an 
eicnise m group living 
Amlracn said the sludcnts 
will "function as a icam. 
workoig at a uruL* A formci 
suMlcm iDid hm . This IS the 
only class I've lakcn where 
you have to cnwi over the 
inkvuclur u get out of a MM 
uithemomng." 



The students will share 
tents provKta! by the sthtxil 
The only equipment dial must 
he prov Hkd by the student a 
a sleeping hag and pad. and 
pmprrckuhing.TheVWOfoc 
covers ait covLs of the tnp 
including equipment. inn« 
poruuon. haok<i. uiiuon and 
meals while on the island. 
The class is not le- 
stiKicd 10 bnlafy 
majors, ftowcvci, a 
scriotts candidate 
for the come would 



have an iniertst in ihe cnvi- 
mnmcm. and be wilbng to 
make a commitment lo the 
class Studcni5 will cam 
(our credits for the courv 
There are a bmited 
luimbCT of openings for ihi» 
class. Imcfcsicd suidents 
should contact Bill AndR- 
»cn. D2<»lh. est. 2414 for 
■nre mformauon. 




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YOU'RE A STUDENT! 

When you work with us. we work with you. 




Welcome home lo Marie Callender s We are an upscale. California-based, full-service 
restaurant and we re moving into the midvxesi 

.As a matter iH fact, we re mt)\ tng in just down the road at 1 10 1 East Dundee Rd.. 
and we would like you to help us bring our success lo vour home town. 



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(Just East of Rand Rd., Palatine) 
between 9 am and 5 pm, every day 

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Editor al H.urJ 

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Iw hiiicr war of ih. 



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smart enoufih to get FcI 
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rherc have been umipla.ms of rl,,^ . Ti "" "'^"* ™'c 

:v ah*>ut where exalriv l^/ ^'"^ """'?'« "''"•"udcnis shows 
*h,-« ,hey see 'xhers s^^ki^^g'^TC « '?,P!r"""^d. Thus. ,hey InZl 

Hh..> .«,s people to ^ukKX ,ht 'n t^rr ^^^ "^y* -he;^!' 

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^tucknn';i;",!f;;^^[,^^;''';>.'^ enacted (,n the ,un,mer of 1990. alle«i. 
hjNt to break •■ "'"^•'aJed pl.ucs is ., diiriculi high schtS 



Tari Vaughn 
Kdiior-in-lhief 



I'isa AusI 
Managing Editor 




6-ENTERTAINMENT 



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February 14, 1990 



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AUDITIONS & INTERVIEWS ^ 

Sunday. February 18. 1990 • 9 a m -« p m f" 
PALMER HOUSE 
^f^ Monroe Street • ChKrago 



Singers and Dancers 

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) ID *«VB ino (U„i«i t» pwtMMd » «n. 

Musicians 
Comic Actors 



'>iHc*ui ana >Tuy aiBD te i«gumM 

Variety Performers 



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Gai^dens 




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•ih songs mi: hoaviK 

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tarry Fcldman you 
hav» m« uimr 
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ftanao G . 

Vouf» ih* tMM ValMitm* 

»n«>«» couW itma. t tuv 

youmdhetMyeuH 

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Happy Valanlinss Day 

I tov« you vmy murt' 

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ViD(«!t ai« Btua. 

You ta a gi»a! statt 

waldvu 

Ed. Barbtra. Janal. 

• Audray 



Lori. 

Ro»«» may b« black 

and th»y may b« Wu* 

you may thin* yoora 

chimay, but I thmk 

youracool. 

Kidtla 




Tad, 

II I know what k>va 

■■ il • bacauM ol 

yov Thank you tef 

lf>ra« ol e\a mott 

tmmtjtHa! yaari m 

n»yBa 

Lova alwayi, Sua 



"tvE LOVE voir 

Or CHM. 

Eya luv u't imgta 

Mmdtoia 

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Happy 
Valanlins'i 
Day' 
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Ma«y Lou. 
Happy VaiOay. 
good ktck in lit 
ai ))>• tabta*. 
Hop* you win 
toniol t 
Lova. Mika 



Hay Bart Simpaon. 
Your biggaal fan m Lai 
Vagaa tovas youf naw 
show I cam wan for 
you 10 taka it on !ha 
road Hint. Hmt. you 
laaMy warm tha cocklas 
olmy haart. 
I lovayoui 
Goofy Bi« 




"EVE LOVE VOO" 

Palar Novak, 

Now you hava to taka m« 

out to dmnm t stuffi 

Kalli 



Happy Valanfina's 

OayKaran 

Lova 

Kavpn , 



EVE LOVE VOU" 

E'C S 

Just a nota to iai you know 

that I do lova you so' 

MaknaS 



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SONORA, 

Wtll you go steady with me? 



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Cat. 

I WUV U'" 

Lov. 

Tadd>Baar 



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Vou ara my lavonia Gmmv 

Ouaan 

Luv, 

AIB SURE 




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EL-From now on I promise you 
will be the only one ril french 
Hiss Please let me Kve that one 
downi Happy V Day' 
Zasu 

OJH, 

Thanks for being a friend. 
•ACQ 



Lisa babybaby, iitiS ; 

Just wanted to say ftovri^ 
we dig you (we need our jobs) 
Jamie & Steve 

Stava ft Jtomla. 

^°VANCEO. Thank, for baing 

ari-j-id l^ty copy men 
Lisa 

SMS. 

Although you are far away (too 
'^r'K you art always Close m 
my heart 
XOXO OML 

Daa, 

Happy Vatantine's Day 
Your crazy coworKer. Scott 



LJaa ft Tart. 

Thanx tor being there 
•Maira 

John, 

I admire all you've 
accompliahad. and never for a 
'"onw'H dW I doubt you 
Loveyoul 
M 

D*«r OonaM. 

vou v« given me i 884 
wonderful days of iova 
throughout . ff>e' ""yalri" 
ThankfDu %r all your Iova cara 
a»«l support I LOVE youf ' 
M 



Jo all the Girls I've loved 

before" 

TLC 

Saraatnass. 

I love you mora and mora each 
day Happy Valentine's Day to 
« vary special honay. 
Leva. 
The Kid 

Officer Friendly, 

I Know you mean what you say 
I never mean to hurt you or us 
Juat watch that head Babv- 
8«by. Ill watch it too 
a special girt 

■llond Security Guard, 

Who ara you? And *»hy did you 
hang around the door all niohf? 

anon " 



Tony 

Thmk.ng o» you or, 

Vaiemma 1 Day 

leva. 

^h» Sfft wtio taUtt rixiui 




Michelle. 

Vou have the ^anta 
me as a halt 
Don 



It so ^Hnirousiyi 



Singer Babaa, 

You put out Sw ua 

Thanks for everything 
Tony Wall 

Douglas. 

Have a happy Valentines Day' 
hope you have a great time at 
the Sweethearts Dance Be 
good to her! 
Lie 
Marc 



-0«sr Jarry, 

Too bad I couWnl have gone 
•rtth you to Frisco We could 
have had a 3rd Honeymoon. 
Happy Valantinas Day 
The Ch|ffNatry Crackpot 

■CM, 

^•PPy Valentines Day to one 

Of the best moms around Will 

you please find a boyfriend 

•Iraady. we can't wait much 

longer. 

Lova always. 

Marc 



Tarry, 

You always have a fnend m 

nia. 

Your Pal, Scon 

BASIC. 

Happy Vatemine's Day' 
Scott 

TO: Mad Dog 

You're the only one for me 
Because I malt wUh you. 

Magic Man. 

You've cast a spall over me. 
Now what will you do? 
Secret Admirer 

Paul, 

So now we're committed, well 
we've always been abit cra^y I 
luvya Teddybear' 
Mic 



Trudy. 

We all miss you very much 
Hope you are doing awesomei 
The Binger Staff 



Snuglas, 

Happy Valentine's Day- it's 
paradise with you. 
Love. Dan 

Continued on next page 



"tYi LOVE VOU- 

KaHi. 

Mjllviyt mti*t ba adwnad 




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} MoflMuf '. 

—« Efcow Po*ar. . 
Ja raima mon • 

■i, Valaniin" • 
Tou|Oufs, * 
MoncM \ 






















To my mraa guys, 
rm to olad I kva youl 
Ba my Vatamnaa! 

A 

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Hi Neph! 

Hov» about some plumbing'' tn 
nx thai leaKy laucet ol voufs 
Sound goodT' 
: Love and Hcks. Unde Dave 

Want yoi; 
Ne«d you 
Low you 
"nufl «aid 
*V Heal»*r 

My tittle Piglet, 

i I love you berry much: 
Lov« always, 
I T.gaer f ^-^ 

\ To Tom Oswalt. 



To tu« red-haffec) two 

beauties, GORGEOUS' 

QORQEOUSI 

Bt my Valentines 

Yours, 

The dark dreamer 

Paul. 

Welcome ficnw Irom Jammcai I 
rwiiiy missed you, 
LoveMc 

We have been thfougn a toi 
together!!! 
k>ve . 
\ tl^ babe fn tile l«atber sKirt 



The Hershey H v«iy aw^V *f ^ 



•xplDsive exp«ctaliQns, 
C U Tonight- 

fPacV 



Ed, 

tooWng torv^ard to seemq your 
2!ebra striped uod^tweir n 
Spirir^field* 
Fellow Toga Dudes 



Hey Everybody j^|to« pool 

Mary Mary s not contrary, it ^ 

jUSt hard lo know how to 

chOC^e <ro.rn 

Comely you'hs Bn«d up »n a 

, row 



Paul, 

You mean the world to me 
Thanks for taking great care o) 

me June 16 I can't wait I love 

you I 

Do 



1^ wortofVtth 
Wk* WghoLft 
Tutto 
Al 



Tail. Lite. All. Norm. 
Phyllis, Jenny, Jamie, 
Victor, Sieve. Mark, Eric, 
Maria. Chris, Scott, Mike. 
Joe. and the rest of the 
Binger crew. 

'•anx for maK.r.g the yeci' 
qreal, we w^ beat 'c-o but 
thisyiar at cc -petit'C-! c u.o, 
pn: our r: ,"■ 

Marc 

This is to all o« you who 
are iealous Of this 
newspaper. Ye» this means 
ail ol you in Safl Fianciseo at 

ihls crazy (s^-cali«d) 
coPvantion. wtH,' we've flot 
news for you w» are the bfst, 
so step out 0« our wi^ and lusl 
look m awe of what we've 
done' 
Ha Ha"" 
Binjjer 90 



Hey Kid. 

What's new'' h«re is 
Valentine message for yoi> 
Roses are Red. 
Violets are blue. 
If you kiss me today, 
ni always love you! 
Happy valentine's Day' 
Love Me! 






tls like 
zippers and 



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Oh yeu beautiful babes- 
wilfou go lottw prom with us 
in San Dimas'' ii >•> '-"■ a most 
excellent time 
-Ted Theodore Logan 

Tari, 

Let's go campmg and tell ghost 

stories t>y the tire, 

Ai 



"Abide these UWii 
Hop*, faith a«« love. 
the greatest id theto 

1 CorinlWans I3il 



Keith Baker. 

I miss you & love you Please 

get better & and come home 

soon 

Love .-iw-ty;, Vicky 



pJai ^old 6M 'h? 'ori 
while rm gone. I know ii 
wont be easy, but I don'! 
expect it would be, I mean 
you are THE 

SECRETAFIY{AltA the 
chemst from He-.-.v) 
remaiTiber, Ether, it's a GAS' 
Yoii taugtit nie that one' 
Well, hs your puppy for the 
next few days. Thanks for al 
the heTpi 
Marc 

All, 

W( *ou pl 

t)f|yc 

aW 

thel._ _ . 

rooiil 4or yOil 

Guni»y*acks 

probably spelled wrong, but 

do you really thmk I care 

anyway. NO') well, heres 

hoping that this will be one 

of the best trips the 

Harbinger has taken 

Signed, 

The one who no's you well' 




fridge. 

... ig 
luftease 

enough 
and llie 
fyM It's 




VALENTINE WINNERS 



The one night Stay 

at the Shore Acres Reson m Kenosha. Wisconsin is awarded to 
Barbara Olson 

Flowers 

One dozen red roses from Fabbnnis' Flowers m Hoffman Estates. 
IS awarded to 

Michelle Schmidt 

Dinner for two 

at Copperlields restaurant in Schaumburg is awarded to: 
John Shimke 

Box of chocolates 

from BRACH S candies is awarded to 
Kathleen Streuper 

* NOTE* 

If your name appears m the above, please come to the Harbinger 
offtce. A 367 to claim your phze Please bnng proper identification 




male Ml MwiMK Coiwi 



Th» Lo¥» God Lou Hun»i. givw Vdotia Gudauiky a hug o* congratulation* 
Si>« was IM lifsl pwson to tpol Cupid on Tu<»<J»y and can WHOM w«h his 

locatton 



ENTERTAINMENT^ 




gebrua rv14.1990 

Slew of sequels in store forj?90 



B» Jo« Suchkr 

Staff Wfi»«f . 

When a niov ic is fi-lcawd ami nvAcs -i 
ntohi. u IS usually a lorcgww cimlu-H... 
• I (here will he niorc of Ihc 'am- " 

*•■ at s imjoel The W) . 

111. and* sequel •'' usiial'^ 
gwid as the ivieinal 

FstTN p.>s^lM>- IS' 



ROBOCOP 2 

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BACK TO THE FUTURE Part 3 

Th,s (,l.n ».,s m;«V a ths- s..t.K- tunc 

i» I'liri - 

[>x B^'■■■ 

, itii- i-vsi' -x \..v.... 

,„t GODFATHER THE 

CONTINUING STORY 



Scan ( .«<.Kr^ .s supi*>scd lo npnsi- •»- 

ROCKY 5 

III 



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Police Sqo»d! 

EXORCIST; 

CHAPTER 

1 his .> ih<- ihirj imc and il ».wild Ultc 

,cal cff»n I" mi*f " *"* l*"" "umhci 

Auih.IT William Pctci Blall> is direst 

' ' "° nnftin^ • 1' Lildic Murphy s first 
It »ill he intcrcsimi! to sss- who 
1, i.,! h.ll.np K-l*ccn h.m ami Ni^ 
•, lu- m this iHK 

GREMLINS 2 , , . 

Hotror ,.^uJs..r>' almost al*ay» • 

,.„.,, i,. iluK iWiS'nals Bill 

team is nu*-"-' '*"'' 

V i-n Spii-IN-'^ 

.11 Ihc lilms r ' '" 

. ■ mnrc of f i ' 

, . .,, ,n.l Mkhac! VU->ifMnlhc 

,1 . ,. .,.i,..i ainvimc pays (»" It*""' 



Flashback' just a flash In the pan 



By Jiw SlachUr 

Staff Wrilrr 

In ,he siUks, sonK-thmg hapTC*'' 

a tram cj"*'"*: '"",'''',"' l'!!, ""' 
Aunc* SimK-iim- »i>l'.''-'*-"' ' ■ 
c;i *hcrc he h^l m*lc a stKCh^ami .i 
jcsi ,.f the train ..»* .HI ».ih.H.l h.m^ 
'ic stiirv ij ' " ' 

I . iihack c\pl.i ■ 

»jl, *h«> *as or> 

aitKjng the nn» 

sought alter li>' : 



Hi> J..if.->s '"• 'he vntA 
lb.- n.jn Hu> - ■ ■ 

i,,.,i i,rs 1. 1. -'!■: 



'•liMiiws puhlii ouisan. 



toubk- beli«e htm 
i vle(vnding on cai^ ■ 
'nfMye I'liwil* comes in ihe i.>" 
wrupt and greedy shcr.fl runnm: 



, n hc^ms to reveal ili> ti 
^ break down and he. 



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jn ek-mciu ■• 

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■■\ arc olien 
iichl Klin 

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Sutherland also dcKS a g«xl f* »«« »«» 
thesitiptdomosttrf lhc»tirli 

The film was »rillen hy David 

1 oujrhcry. who also wTOtc the 

• • StarTrAV tkHh he and 

Amuni keep the film 

,„ ,, a-; •! turning it inuj a 4hoi« 

oit adventure like Beverly Hilt* ("P 

The result is an adei|uatel> lunny 
c,.n.>Js »hich tould have Ken fuim*cr 
h,,a ,1 niH used s.«nc time to make 
IK.liiical suiements and sour a gswd mood 
Mji>tx- thai s what n wanti-d to do 




PURE AMERICANA . 

JOHN HARTFORD ' 

In Concert at the 
SCHAUMBURG PRAIRE CENTER 
FOR THE ARTS 

Saturday. February 24, 8 pm 

Sunday. February 25. 330 pm 
A heartland of fiddle and banp. country and Wuegrass 
tradition and contemporary 

V-" '^' ViCKETs" $i 2.00/$9 00 students with ID 
r ^ ^^"^^^ ^ * and senior Citizens 

^ ^ VVM«ndM»twC«<»«x«)J»d 



Call the Praire Center Box Ottice at 894-3600 
weekdays, 10 am -2 pm 



VS-^' ■ Family Planning Services 
* ■ Low-Cost Women's Health Care 
5S ■ Pregnancy testing & refferals 



S" 



AMAZING MICRO DIET 

., -.r.- '-,.-•-. *• »■" iai<cn K dweOws 







"l/atentine's (Day at 
(Derby Street 

Cupid's fai'oritc coupfes 
ifjo to 'DerBij Street for 
({inner and dancing. 



At Derby Street we specialize in steaks. Poja. rib*, 
and chicken dishes. Make this Valentine s Day spe- 
cial with an evening out at Derby Street. 

Golf ond Roselle Roods 

Hoffman Estates 

88^^1663 



8-ENTERTAINMENT 



H/i?er4GER 



February 14. 1990 



Dance 
Part 




Photos by Norm Cohen 




Tony "So B»d" Solo 



Highlights ol the dance party inciu<»ed the 
amailng 12 year old DJ Tony "So Bad" Soto 
who Impressed even the pros. Julian 
•Jumpin • Perer wowed the crowd with his 
mulng ability AH ol the DJs were outstand- 
ing and kept the party going non-stop troiii 8 
pm unijli almost 1 am. The enthusiasm ol the 
dancers Impressed Luis Sheperd. one ol the 
last DJS, so much he didni tee! they wanted 
a stow song. His teelings and ml* were right 
on. 

The sponsors of the event, the Program 
Board, donated $1 from each ticket to the 
Keith Baker (und. Over 500 tickets were sold. 



r 



1 ^ 



United Parcel Service 



Announces 
A new Distribution Facility in 



PALATINE 

Part-time opportunities ideal for Harper Students 




out our advantages! 

EXCELLENT PAY 

STEADY EMPLOYMENT 

HEALTH BENEFITS 

PAID VACATION & HOLIDAYS 

POTENTIAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 



Applications taken here 
Building A 

Monday, February 1 9 

1 am - 2 pm 

705-6025 



You can also apply at our employment office located at Rand & Hicks. Palatine. 
Applications taken: Mondays 3pm - 5pm 

Wednesdays 9am - 1 1 am 



UPS IS an e<^ai opportunity employer 



February 14, 1990 



Wednesday ' 



Va)*ntin«'s Day 

Blood Drtv« 

830 am-3;30 pm. 
A242 



Film "PeHe the 
Conquerof' 
7 30pm,J143 



H^RBNGER 



WHAT'S HAPPENING-9 



Bonnie Koloc- 
•Muse tor Lovers" 
8pm. J143 
Student Senate 
Meeting 
130pfr. A241a 



laturday i 



BaskettMll 

Moraine Valley ai 

Harper 

3 pm BIdg M 



Monday 



Math Anxiety 

Group 

12 pm. D104 

Model Auditions 

4-8 pm, HM4 



Wednesday 21 



Blood Pressure 
Screening Day- 
Contact Health 
Servce. ext 2268 



Announcements 



Muslim Students' Association 

TV Muslim Snftlcnb A!i«*H.titu>in heUk 
at pr>ym mi mtttmp evet> Fmlay ai 1 jm 
m mom FM I d Duly priy«n vcofltontTua 
4ni tlwu Tbundayi m mom F3Mt> fittt 
clitclt the huU«nl>Bird HI Smdim Atmiuvt 
E'cpiair a mtiamm. 

Math Anxiety 

TV Overttimmt Math Aii*ict> IVti^i 



lull m«^ Mimaj«>. rxnru*r> i** m^m i „" (ifn i: 
man DIM. Vw pmip « aptn m iBijum* •ho 
m »>M»At mKh Call ■tlKB lot mtir 



Voung Corporate Achievers 



FtM Ttieta Kapps 

Phi TVu KipfM win be hokliiif M> omiM 

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m F«*riMI> n 11 4 ■»! ■■ W pm Fot BJorr 
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SctiolMiMpa 

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Faculty Senala Stud«nl Sciwiarship 

" i: > "1 he awanktl b> • 

! p«M umc Hmpa 

KaJeiRic mhntnmtMi noiiM contidcfUion 
»ili ♦» (r*™ k-i fiMnrnt •^-' .\i»>i., ,.ii,><« 
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dmwmd fvim»h«t. v« (r» pn>plr nier) 
knoi^ It ifni^t^ 

AnvtTiw tan dt' rt Tru^i tt»r Itv.'uwjitt 
Hi nuluF monn th» wtttm » tiir vuu 
WK«n I fint Mmd ttiu mtmn iiuKrik 
prucnm. I was flat tmilkr tnd i< Irait 
tHl5»<k)0*rnnA*l V ;.:»« 

I vi>a!>cra;van<iii«idl>>i 'k 

inn liH J rraJ )ob' Thai Jij n>fl -i.'p m? 
t Mat detrnmnrd li> make it with tim lafi 
taani mi«w> malunic plan I had Jim i».TmJ 

I turtrd at hornt im tlw kiuh.-n tjH.- 
with m> vapital Withm j \Mt 1 .« j« ral m,- 
in i^vi tJIUMO * HtFk NM>R( THW 
A MILLION tXniARS A YtAR >nu 
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niMn » hag, but thri* anc mv w»ull» ui 
ing thu aniannK bkmwv makmn ■.v%i>-ni 
IXi mil fnw m* unn nw' 

THE SECRET REVEALED 

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iK^narv' nr* m«m«-v makmii; pnifir.im iK j! 

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ahnut thu nKirl n«' 
tmum Mmt do m* ixpt- • 
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nan muhinf; to d» with tttl , 
atnck markrt ur f(ainMin|; <il >- ' 
It d«)« mil matter what voui hnji 
MuaHon n now ^w lan «tan thi» m.'i 

making pnif^am at h<>!r ■ — ;ii. 

timr Willi Im than SI'' ■ "Wt 



HtRI'S l•R(H>^ 

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ptofihf hail tn >a\ abiHit ni 
mit pfOKram 



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Steps for Success 



SHaving trouble 
? with classes? 

• Free tutoring can help. 



|ll> Suun t-'arnirr md Niai 
• JfiBado<>» 



•how do I get tutoring? 

• \ ( >>nu- III ihc Tuliifing 
M v'cnUT in riKini ( I 'C or ^jU cm. 

I II I. lH-t.k »lltl llu' (t'iCplUMIIM 

• .' lut liic 4vaiUbk- lutonng houn> 

9 .uul subject was. 

•- (■ Make an appmnimcnl as 

• vou would schedule one wiih a 

' D Stop hy anytime and see if 

I I :i II IS jvailahte on a walk-in 



f K Keep your appomtmenl 

• » iiii the luioi 

• 
f Who will help you? 

• l>rofe«>ional or student tutors 

I are availaMe 

• 

• What subjects can I gel 
I help in? 

* free tutoring help is availahic 
9 in over M) eoursf s uk luding Math, 
'.Data Processing. Accounting. 

J English. Sciences and Foreign 
I LangjuDges 
• 

I When Is the Tutoring 
g* Center open? 
' Monday Thursday; 9 ani-Spm 

I l-'ndaySaiurday: 9 am-J pm 

• Tutoring hours for individual 
f Lourscs may vary. Please check 

• VI ith the recefiuanisl. 

I Why stiould I come? 

• Free luloring help' 

I Better understanding of ihe 

•suhjett' 

" H>i;hor pmlei' 



Desperately Seek- 
ing Sportswriters 

TheHaitinger iscurreniiyloaMngtar 
sportswriters andPhotographers For 
more Mormtfton, conaa Tari or Use 
aithaHa(l«igarCMoa,)oomA367,or 
cal exi. 24«0.' 



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Saturday, February 24, 1990 

Registration tjegms at 8 30 a m. tn the College 
Union Program and tours between 9 00 a m and 
12:00 noon Meet (acuity, students and Admission 
Counselors 

Phone now for more information! 

Smhurst College 

Office of Admission 
(708) 617-3400 

190 Prospea A¥enue. Etmtvuifif n.-.tx),? 60t26 



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n^e Tersonafs.,. 

D«n«. TsrITarl. 

Vou cam gal m» into tfw SOCK Y«a»>. I'll gw ov»r .) Th« quesi'"" 

marti»l again, no man«f how much » will thay' 

your siitw wanft m« Lnalntd 
Fd 

Go»lp Flaah!!!'!!!!! 

Scoll. What inlamous temala was caughl 

Hippy VAWniina'i Dayi Try lo mi»» rod hanOaiS m avaryon* alses 

me a «ni» whila rm goo* hands al tha danca party' 

Ta'i Hummmmm 



To tha undaalraabia ona, 
Hava a graat Valamma's Day 
hopa you gal what you wamwd 
?ha sami-dasiraabla ona 



Mark, 

Wa'va baan togalhar a vary long 

timaand 

Tan 



Don. Oaan. 

Ara you sura you doni want ma lo it doasnl matter <t I dont raad >t m 

t.nd you a Valantina's Day data' I tha parsonals rd rathai haar Irom 

Ihinfc I hava a pdura ol ona around you in parson anyway 



hara somawhara 

Tan 

Bingar alall, 

Hopa all o( you ttava a lamtlc 

Valamma's Day Dont miss us too 

much whUa mm'n wi San Fran 

BIC 



ADVANCED 
club, ri a t«a«tyla 

Tha apdthiast club wiR not ba having 

•ts lir!it msaling 



Malra. 

, , , , Man. you can liva with tham. you 

M. h ^"^ ^ ... =*""• **»* '•<" 

May. babybabyi Wa'ra gonna hava 'Singar Babas 
a graat tima calabralmg your 

b'lhday m Calitormai Mayba wall Sanata 

•vw;ga«al«n»ndlootilkeE.d' Gal ovar it 



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H^RBIN(^R 



CLASSIFIEDS-11 



CLASSIFIED AD RATES & INFO. $9fViC6S 



For Sale 



S»uO«nt pmtonoii i*^ to five tows 
(H* n*» student non-cooinn»rcial 
cloatiflecb ore SI 00 few tcxjr ttnes 
oddlttorval Bnes 25 Commerckii 
doHlfledi ore $4 50 »of the tlrat toi* 
InM of prtnt. and 56 90cti ockfUonol 

Deadline tot closiifiedJ and 
pefionoK k noon f ridov All odj mjn 
be ptepoid. eittwr bv check. Visa oi 
Mwlercord 

The Harbinget will not be 
leiponsible for typogroptucoi effon 
mode on odt faken ovet tt* phone 

For tale« and WornaWoo contact 
Marc Bodie at the Horbtngaf OfTce 
J97-30O0, extension 24*0 




ATTENTION EASY WORK 
EXCELLENT PAY 

AssemtDle producis al rionw 
Details (1) 6028388885 r*! W 
7758 



STUDENT TUTOR NEEDED 
FOR ANATOMY 

$S 00 hour 
Call 397-1606 



Recaptlonitt 

For psychology otiice m 
Schaumborg Saturday only 9 am i 
or 2 pm Non siTwKer general office 
e»penence required Call 519 0220 

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT 

Pointers needed 



Eiceiient ecwnriQ potenttot 
Apply dmmo Spring Break to 
osiufe vour pojiHon 

CONTACT 
C70e>?J3-%84 



AA MEETINGS 

Offered here ot Harper 3 time* 
per week Wednesdov « Noon. 
Thuf?dav. 7 30 pm and FtWay 8pm 
(inierpreter for f>eonno impaited) 
forrifo call3«»7-3000.X-26?6 

AlAMONMRnNeS 

Help and Kipport for tflmiisfiS 
orvd friends of sut»tor>ce oCxjsers 
Meetirvgs at Harper Mondays >• 
pm For mformafion can 397 -MOD X 
2626 

lEGAl SERVICES 
fPEE CONSUltATION 

youf legal needs 
■nc^aifig QUI. personol tn,urv 
divorce, ond reol estate Phone 
51 7-2608 Everxng ond weekend 
appointments avoiloDie Low 
Offices of Becker A Be-i.'--^- 7vxy 
Bamnflton Rd . Suite A ' r. 



r^WNG SERVICES 

Typ.nQ dorie out Of my home 
Fast, accurate typing Term 
popert reports, etc Pick up OfKl 
leHverv ovciitobte Cert caVf---^' 'i 
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GET YOUR WORDSWORTH"! 

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Sectional Couches 

L -shaped, creirte colored *ith 
Queen -size sleeper E«c condition 
one year o« $750- or b*"' ""■•' '"^h 
255 3169 



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H^IRBINGER 



February 22. 1990 



William Ralney Harper College 



VOL 2'4, no: 22 




Speech Team takes 
fifth place in state 



Ki Ian \auf>hR 
Iditor-iB-Chii-r 



Ihc Hjr|vr S[H-i\h Tijni pl»i.cd lillh 
<.m. ticUl 



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Ilk- i>|vn DiviMiMi apmst the lt>ur-ycaf 
SL^UKilv v.oninK-nu-d Marcia Litrcnu. Ihc 
ujm \ loaih There was a liM uf really 
ii'ujih cumpciiuiwi ihcrc. ■ 

I .0,..-. iK., ni .. ,-.1 IWII.I- in Ihc 
lun. »i(h a firsi 
ixalint' ami a 



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-■<".. is\ 1 jiifti't Icit !r , cirn 

I. ICC awafi] (m InfortniiK 



viHul plate (uiuniuiiii'i College u>>ph> 

>r thru ink-rpreuiion nl Blaek KIk 

>prak» The cast members are Rof^r 

icn. Kalhi Brandolino. Shari Gilmote. 

.ijij Michelk- Prunai 

Kaihi Hrantkilino placed lifih in the 
r\m»niunii\ i.'llii'e Divitum f(H Pi)CU>, 
vthile s I lOi* ihe limrih plate 

liri>si-jA vimc divisKW 

'u- icam> next UHimamenl will he 
' ti h \ whfn Ihcv « ill hf«l novice 



t« JK Ono 



What happened? 

Thn IS on* o< lh« many womtiot n utilaad t>y Haipar Colaga aHar i«M mmilit'% 
blizzard'. TwaVa inchas of sr<ow mada cafflisus acoassiMWy ibnM impatiMa 



Senate approves constitutions 



n> I aura l.akimski 
Staff Wriirr 



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Medical parking enforced 



Befiinninf June -1 1*>IV ■ 
College will intlitute a ihani^i 
~' ' Parking procedure. ■*■' 

iwrmits null no km^a K 

Health Services and all cuitl 
nporary and pemuuKiu Haipcr pcrni" 
will he invalid 

Medical parking w ill he avail : 
pcrsonii who hi' ■ ^ ■- <• ap|Kd i«vi.-. 
plates or Slai' >n Township 



aaic held its meeting 

ihi-i paM ) riaa> The mecling ran 
■imwKhly Many ihinjts were lovercd and 
agreed upun The riMiviiiuimns of lwi> 
new OffamxaiiiMi'.. the Muslim StlKll'llt^ 
•V\soiiali<>n .11..! U\C< ill S a-h- 



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1V uallK. eiimmiiue hat ptap(»cd a 
■■ueei light al the Roselle entrance to 
help reduce iiallii m ihe Alennquin 
cnuance 

This Senate mocting hri*c a s.h>i«l 
rceord ll wjB a *«« yet acuimplishcd 
meeiing became of the rcccmslru). uan of 
lheat>enda. 

S.-n:iii- Vice Prcsideni Mary Hook 

.nR«. will really sl;iri jtv-lling 

cmcster because ut the 

OS President lohn 

A benefit Ihc Senate 

mih all ol lu.^ organi/alioiul skilK 

Allhtiuch he IS very involved with 

' ■ oui-ide nl Senate, ihc 

I lar|x-r shtiukl kmiw ihcy can 

i . ,, him. he will ncH lei ihem 

Im pniml Ui H"rvc under hini lU v 

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Harper College prepares for the future 



By Alisa I binlund 
»»ittaal Maaaging Editor 

What iVxces will shape our 
(laure? (Trend.s| Wiliai will arise 
as a result of these forces' 
(Needs) How might Harper 
CoUcgc respond in iir>k-r lo s)u|ic 
the future' (Prclerrcd Future) 

What IS our Pielcired f-uoac^ 
How can we plan for the 21st 
century'' Over a hundred focus 
groups met during the past three 
months to discuss the trends. 



needv and k hangcs thai 
Harpers Preferred fuiui 

College employees, amkniv 
conuitunit) members, and pn)|il< 
Irom locat orgamiaucms gtH an 
ofiponiMHy to s'icw a videotape, 
wtuch imioduccd thoughts aNiut 
Ihe fiuure Imn people at Harper 
and m the community 

Group members csaiualeti 
the objeciives of Harper by 
filling out an opinionatre. and 
discussed factors which they 
ht'lKM will affect oiv future 



I'K l.,-irv J J uUiie * 'HT 
liani Member Pal N' 

Thes are coniemed aK-ui uk 
high L»si ill higher education, 
changing job reiiuircmcnts. lack 
of hoitiiiig. and ctaiset due to 
teclmolmy..* 

'Tile focus groups oncmed 
toward studcMs had low lomouls 



ifM-n 

J in ihe 

,. n^ irunmi'iii. iv\.>sliiig elforls. 

iLjiispottjiion problems and 

ni invulsemcni " 

i.isus groups were verv 

uM. lui. said Ivarstui. The future 

beneiils will go inward 

every HOC ' 

The Prelcned Future prixevs 
will continue with a kickofl 

<tf« Fulurr, paf* 2 




Pfasid»nt Paul Thompson 




2-NEWS 



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February 22, 1990 



Parking 



ContiBiwd from pacr I 

Township ollitc. Illiimi'i 
lundk jpiKd parking carilt arc 
usually rrifivcil »iihin 10 day« 
of apptk.aluin 

Health Sfr>K4.-s will imly 
issue 2 week non-rencwablr 
parlmi; iwrmiu (o» »hi>n tcfin 
t Vccmding u> Ihc 

\ :. ol the Illinois 

Kovim:i1 Sututct. 1 handii jppril 
pcrMW IS, "Evcrv ruuunil pcrNtwi 
ikhi) IS unahlc ti> walk :!(KI tcct iv 
more unassisted by another 
pcrwin or »ilhoul the aid of a 
walker, crutchos brakes 

Future 

CiMtiBued froai pagt i 

breakfast on Friday. FeiHuvy 31 
The lentaiivc piesontaiion 
includes an update of the process, 
a review ol the data, and aclectmn 
of study group mcmhers. 

Study groups will meet 
between February and April to 
evaluate the data collated by the 
focus groups Some <if ihe 
icchniques they will uiili/c to 
etamine ihr date arc panel 
discussions. workshops, 
conferences, onsiic visus. 
ipeahen and jtwmals 

Cimtatl Annette Smith in 
C102 if you are inlfrcsicil in 
joining a study group 
"My hope is that all of you will 



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pfOrtlKIK device or a whoekhair 
m wHhoul great diflicully or 

Jisf oinforl due to the ' " 
imp.uimcnts nci 

imbui^ '■ '■■^iMfstors '..^ . 

anil! ' blindness, iw 

the 1 '.'H or absence of 

J lunh or limbs. 

TIk medical ami handtcanwl 
paikiBg procedure is strictly 
I'nfiwted ami violators will K' 
Mium with this 
*ill be greatly 
.i|'; For furthci 

int ontact Health 

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become involved as die procesi 
unfoldi." said President Paul 
Thompson. "Like pebbles which 
cause big npplei on the water, 
the aitdiiHW of yoMT ideM lo our 
"futuring" wilt cause wondeiful 
ripples at Harper 

Think ahead 15 years, and 
try to visuali/c what Harper 
College will he or could be 
^^'haI you want to see. y<Hi cotild 
make happen With discipline md 
collaboration we can piece 
together an etciting mosaK 
which piwirays what wed prefer 
lor our College in the beginning 
nl the nc»t teniurv I liKik 
li'iward lo wurkin^: * iiti sou in 
Its dcvckvment' 




MM* ay VMorCMn 



3 ball in the side window! 



Blood Drive disappointing 



»y John Brinehcrhoff 
Slaff Writer 

Tbc Harper Bhmd Onve was 
somewhat ot a disappointment 
for school nune Becky Sanieler 
and tke Life Source crew last 
Wednailty. 

*Oia of SXXIO to f(.S(in full 
lime sludcMS, mif B5 units were 
drawn.' SaMdrrwd (Ine unit ot 
blood can save the livos <<< four 
paticmsi. 

A mm underwent a livci 
tnmsptam m tmi and used 400 



units from a Harper College 
Blond Dnvc. In die feucr received 
by Harper, Joe Torrall. Blood 
Program Consultant said. 

Without a success like yours, 
his situatKin could have grown 
very cntisal very <|uickly " 

li IS inspiring storu-s like 
this one which fuck the bliKid 
drives every year 

Tbere is afKHher blood drive 
April IK this year. The rcs|uire- 
menis to give blood are: weight 
irver 1 10 lbs. between the agei of 

1 7 hS and lo not have donated in 



■~1 



the past K weeks. 

Why don't more people vol- 
unteer'' They are afraid of the 
unknown mostly, that it might 
hurt or thai they will get sick," 
Santeler added. The truth is that it 
IS virtually painless, and along 
» iih the cookies and juice after- 
ward, ttie people arc very nKe at 
the blood dnvcs. 

There arc teachers who give 
eiua credit points to students 
who give Mood. 

'There is no such thing as 
artificial blood.' Santeler 
omchjdod. 



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Harper's own 'Candid Camera' 



AMusilaM MMMRiat E4ilnt' 



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lucil in Itiv Nillrun. 
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Jotw CoRahan shoots in* modahi auOrton, ban on campus 



Harper's continuing education helps students to S.C.O.R.E 



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Pan of the American drconi is o» rung 
yonri>wnhi)roe AnodicriM-mnin); \ouroun 
vucceuful huvinex^. Bui where t.an ><» turn 
for help when you warn to open or improve 
on a small businc^N'' 

SCOR F. . Serviic forp of Rctuvd 
Eietuuvcs, a dnnMon at wiail hujtincis wt- 
mini^iralkiii. offen free coumrlmf fiir m- 
ucpfciK'urv Ihrtmgh Harjxf ^ ihnsHm til 
conuBuing educatton 

Senunar» and counts arc al>o availaMe 
m businai (xepinbon and devehipmem 
rheiK leach pncocai and proven wayt l» 



help hiMineaKx (nw. and aLHun \kilK t» 
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IKNI frcm a praelKal "nul« and N>lts" ap- 
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own buMness", "Hoi* m manage >i!ur nc» 
start up buiincis" ■IntrrcdK-nix in vtxjr first 
hninet* plan" and "Financing y«tf hum- 



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Jmtily with ifK- lollcge u> a*Mst cnueprc 
ncios dewtopuig or unpniving iheir buM 



ii! jpni im-mmmumjcamiMin.iiiKi- vrni 
makh imcfcaad pemmn with an cvpcn m 
ihetr c<iiBe« TieUs. 



Sintc the January « »>>ri •■hop said 
Ctmlinuinc tduialiiin Kiicpiuinisi Betty 
Rueno. "wc haw been Nx>kcil siiliil lot ihe 
li«h and the ^iHh Wc have Umr appmm- 
ments remaining iw the ^7lh anil have al- 
nady begun bi>ukin);s tor March ' 

For mformaiiiin and hi make an ap- 
poinlnicnl fi>r tree S ( (> Kb cuunsclm)!. 
tail the (Vmtinuing lUtucaluin Ollice at 

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Fiuiiibers. luilKin and lees. For other coun- 
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ROOSEVELT GIVES YOU A LOT OF CREDIT 

(AND CREDITS) FOR CONTINUING 

YOUR EDUCATION 



We understand thai you ve invested a tot of hard work in 
your education So when you transfer to Roosevelt, we 
nnake every effort to see that the transition is smooth tor 
continuing your studies 

We offer a wide variety of degree programs including 
Hospitality Management, Business Administration. Ck>m- 
puter Science. Economics, Journalism. Music. Theatre 
and many others What s nnore. we boast a top-notch 
faculty, small classes and admission counselors ready 
to assist you in enrolling at Roosevelt 

Even If you re ncA quite ready to transfer we urge you 
to talk with one of our counselors and tour one of our 
campuses Planning early insures a smooth transfer 



'i ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY 

^ * FORCE IN CMM:*G0S PAST ALLAOCRMCMICAQOKruTUnC 

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4-FEATURES 



H/ISIN6ER' 



February 22, 1990 







AIDS ii • tn g tw e i M in ( 
But the r<arof AIDS n unjuKified 
ifnistounde(ioninythiuidmisi.<W' 
cepuon The ifKctacle a* police 
«t«ing raMer glovt* when arcst- 
ing AIDS machen. of ideviuan 
lochnicuins refusing lo vak m the 
same uudio »iih penoiK witfi 
AIDS, or of pwcnu takmg iheff 
children oui of school becMMr a 
clanmaie has AIDS only serves K) 
increase the feai ol AIDS Every- 
one nerds to lino» the facts abuui 
AIDS so that the myths can be dti- 
peiled and (he tears icmoved 

WkMesMMAIDS? 

AIDS » caiaed wken a vKWi 
— called Hunan ImmumvDefi- 
ciency Virus, or HIV — emcn the 
bioodstrcani iinU dc stioyit key cetts 
of the immune sy<iteffl The petscm 
«uh AIDS » leftdefenKlCKa^RM 
mfev'iions and cancen thai the 
heakhypenonc 



iiy by mumair woal coMKl — 
vapnol or aniil imettome wtthoui 
a ctndnn. The viiw can al^io he 
by riumg by tharmg cob- 



I AIDS CM b< lraii«initlr<i 
hy caMMl coatarl — tah*. No 

case of AIDS has ever hcen cauwd 
hyiouchmg.hugfing.arlitingwiih 
a petMMi wHh AIDS, HIV i« not 
tmumiued llMMfh food or (he air 

2. Ym caa |H AIDS hy 4o- 

MlilHI Maad — Pahf. BloadlMnk* 
me iierile Reedes Hm are never 
itie4 twice. You are $tvmg ncM 
tMood 



How k AIDS IraMaiinMr 
HIV IS naniHRitled moM reaJ 



^ AIDS can he inHnninml 
hyiawcti— Fake. .Although mwik" 
studies have shown thai ino«|Ui' 
uws iind other hitmg UHCds May 
harbor H I V in their stumacim aAn 
beinf fed blood that contains die 
vmit. there n no evidence of any 



kmd llMI llM "Meciol" imncl can 
then iranmtt Um virus to another 
posnn 

4 ChildrvB dMwM Mil at- 
lead school if a ciawawlr ha* 

AIDS —Fake. HIV i«nuicaiiually 
tnTismiued- ThcK hasi never been a 
caie aitac HIV «iasiiiiMniticd by 
a bMc or a icaine. 

5 (My gqr* iM« IV-Arag 

wen ar* M rM fir AIDS — 
lake. Anyone expoaed to Hi V in a 
way that may permit the vmM K> 
enter the blaodsuc«n n ■ nak i« 
AIDS This includea vagimi iaw- 
courw without a condnm. 

f> IVopIt with amilMMly to 
the \II>S vine are iaiaiitw M 
AIDS — »«h». t«,w*ufc to HIV 
lautet mihiidieN m be produced 
but unbke moNt uthcr diseases, ihey 
(ail to pmcci agaitm liMlier Mfec- 
tioa and damafc 

7. RtcipinifeKif MoodlniM- 



rwiaaiartalgrcnlriikfer AIDS 

— Fakt. ScreaungpRiccdurcs ix >» 
Kknulyandclnninalc HIV infcticJ 
bkxMl C2.-<c> of AIDS earned by 
tnnau»ion\ given (nor lo I9)M 
4«hen vcrccning was Tirsl hepwi 
may continue uidcvckip. however 
If you or your sc»ual {vmiicr re 
ceived blood heiuocn I'^TX and 
]9iU you may wi-th lo take the 
AIDS annbody test to he sure that 
ncifliM of you IS inkcicd 



( iirynght l>*tW PARLAY 
ISThRNATIONAL 

Come lo an AIDS Education 
prcsentainHi by Jack Dohcny on 
Wctlncsdjv February ;x ui DIM 
Iromll V}jnitol2:M>pm Educa 
lion M.-|uraung the faits from the 
lalsehuxls — is the moxt effective 
means ol skifipiRg the spread at 
AIDS 




Education - taparanng th* lads from th* lalsaboods - is tha mod 
•ItaeMw mMnt ol (topping lh« tprMd ol AIDS 




SHAMPOO, CUT 
AND 

BLOW DRY STYLE 

miith conditioning 

rv«13.50 



MUTMC lUFFALO OAOVE 

•.MS314 920-1130 

Mam Ti^uni'OiiF- t1C«M 

Man 10 m* 9 9^ 
•tiPtt**** »■>•*• 



Give. 



American Heort • 
Association \y 




Procrastinators beware! 

The Beeson is on the loose 



StalT Writer 



1 ned weight 
'Kin eighteen 



Have you ever ; . 

lormilapivorjeanv 
!(■,.. '(-nmanallNv 
^'.i^^v you should ti.i 
mnntlnago. 

PtneraMmniKjn ix die word lin taAing 
for The |)linw TU do « tomortuw" should 
fully expbM the mcwimg. 

It 14 human nature tt» procrasuruMe. cspc 
cialty when you have m abundance of time in 
whuh to aiiimipiixb yoir goal f'u etimpte, 
hii* many times have yoo w aited until the final 
two wirek* in do a term paper when you've 
kmmn a»n>ut >• for ibmeen wccIn 

Ho' ■■siki you 1f\ '■ 

JfuJHM.1- hfMh im.ism 



knim dam well Uai ihi- ihiinccs tif ytnir giMnj: 
out ire slimmer than Buster Dniglas's in j 
remjich with Mike Tyson. 

Purchasmg curreiH albums is easy to put 
ol f (I y the ume y tiu gel aroind lo buy mg them . 
you're suk of hall Ihe sjings fmm all the 
airjiliis 

Ck-jning your room i should be ui Ihe 
priKfasunaiorv hiill ol fame for this one I don'i 
think I'm th<- iinl> one who waits until I can 
write my name in the dust before I lift a finger 

(hie thing I don't advise putting off k 
buying timcen tickets, unless you enjoy lix* 
11^ ai the rear ends ol yixir favonie band. 

Pmrastinaluin is a wav of life Everyone 
IS guilty of 11. from lakin,; oui iho iravh lo 
ttaning ih4I cnik lai diet 

PnnTasunators are s unique breed of 
people After all. why do it kiday if you can 



February 22, 1990 



H/^NGER 



EDITORIAL-5 



Mark's Menagerie 



iiv Miirlt Jjmn 
Slarr Hriirr 



I have a iiucnuoa for anynne to an- 
swer I would make a game irf a and of- 
fer a reward, but I'm going lo answer ii 
in a paragraph or two so I ami offering 
jny prues. The ^ucttum is what n liic 
puriXMe or college'' 

Give up. or are you olfcrmg the 
sundard answer "The purpose of college 
IS lo learn.' Bceeeceep WrixiB an>.»c( 
Npim-ifans. If that is what you think is 
the answer, you are missing the point <i>t 
dont really can- what the point isi 

The purpose of college is to learn 
*•» 10 Ihimk If iJie only purpose- 
was to leam. then we would not have any 
eiira-curricular activities. Instead we din 
have that other stuff so we can lake what 
we've been uughi and learn to make 
scmi-sound, kinda-ralKnal dccEuom 

We do leam More important, we 
Icam what to do alter our mind has ac 
quued this knowledge We Icjm iJim after 
we have listened to iHhcrs ihal »c can 
either keep, alter or completely change 
our opinion We learn that when ih«' 
quancrhatk draps hack and the centr and 
guards arc Mocking like a run that it u 
prohably a draw After that, we scream 
"Draw" at the top of our lungs and then 
go after the hack We learn ahout the 
situation, we think ahout it, and lhr» 
we lake action 

There is a siiuaiMin on campus that 
kxiks to me tike someone is forgciiing 
one of the steps (or diey don t think our 
opinions are important enough lo con- 
sider) The only way I know of lu Icam 
how think (unless science has come up 
with something) is to kwk at biHh sides 
and discuM them Without two sides to 
an issue. iLs very hard to really think 
aiMul tf. 

■;.•. f.,r ^, K,., , ., 

opinion Irom selcu lonun 

whom I have ever hcani of fut 
pie. the Institutional Wellness ( , r r 
ICC (whilst and the F.nvini«mefti:il Ikahh 
and Safety Conimitice (whu't will he 
suggeiiting 10 the board that Harper he 
coBW sraoke-frcc I would like u> know a 
few (hmes about these ci-ninmu cs 1 ) 



how were they sckcicd and :) ho* icpre 
scnutive were they (hit then again there 
arc many things I would like to know, 
like the name of ihe i ulc jjirl in mv math 
cla$,si II they were not ckvtcd, they have 
no nghl to speak lor me. If there wcron t 
as many smivkers as non smokers on 
lhe«e committees. Uten I don t think that 
sm.*ers nghts could have been disc usscd 
very well (yes. «« do h«ve some). 

H<»w come sve never hear of aiyone 
Itetung kigethcr a committee of snuikers 
and min smokers to Uiok into the siiua 
lion' Why IS it that if a commillee is 
formed on the is.suc no one ever hears ol 
11 (escept a select (ew) until after the 
committee has published its results" 
(Why IS It I really doubt that my ijues 
lions will he answcieid?) 

Enough alreaily f Thu gjMne tm gone 
OB \emi enough. How houl sonu-body 
iMiilg a hulc common sense' f*coplc 
have hccn trying to nuke this situation 
since lU inception Sonic non-smokers 
want the campus to hcc<ime non smok 
ing (with some going to the eitrcme ol 
wanting no smoking allowed even out- 
side) Some snuikers want the campus 
to remain as it is (with some going to 
Uic extreme of wanting to smoke inside 
the classitKifii). Why dont we get to- 
gether and work out the best solution 
possible' All of these committees on 
campus say that we. as students, are 
welcnmc U) attend Mow can we when 
we. as students, never hear about them ' 
I don t care who's fault it is that wc never 
heard about ihcm. I just want the situa- 
tKn rued. 

I even offer a .soluiion. If the board 
can wail two more months u> come id a 
decision (dial's sull time to implement it 
in the Summer), then wc (yes Bunky. 
you and I ) can form a commiuce Any 
iierctwt. coMKt me here at 
(T must sound 1iki> j n 

^■'» . always asking peo|)le u> 

.'ntail mc here at the Harhmger.) 

This propi>sal tt) the boml is real I 
will form a committee lo hx* into 
alk-matives that are liveable for Knh 
sides of Uk issue, as well as givii^ the 
commillee plenty of press, if they will 
give me the time to ilii ii Ail ii ukc< is 
a slightly open mind 



HARBINCiFR 

^^illiam HAincy Hjifprr I oi!cj;r 

I ifO We»i AljiiiHium K..») 

ftitSXM. lUlKVU tn*'! 

v>iyaaa 



Editorial Board 

tathv-M-ckbr xm\ Vmkm 

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SM Slaaaiiliai tiMtm Alh* CIMltaHt 

t%«>l4Stra^fct latlur .-\«nMMi T'l^m 

C«py rauiir r^nu-V.^ si,,,,^ 

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ln»y ll*o., la , 

r»yth. tiamm. Mm tlnuktiMI. 

V«turt3n>. J ^^mOm^a.ttitnUmx 

itU H>T<*. SirvT Mdl. >Auk lam. 

Enc tna>. .Mau Jun>i<k. Cknt Itiiriili. 

Lam lako»aki. ScM NydM. 

Milw SckwHtmiMr. km ItacMn, 

Sa«ta Sic»M. \mm Imnn 

Da Hmtmtm • itm - !■ i ■■ hi «• 



.I' I I" im-i\lili'r iin.t '•; 

eeUutnals Letiertmuith, 

I" <en. umi uittfj will n .. >, ,,.. 

Vi urify mtmhfr SiK>U4lurrf will W 

wtthhelii ufK>n ffifue\i i ' 

lire futtjeii i<> ediiin.i,' s. 

u> llttrprr Cof/eife. nn'm ^ ■ r. ,'r 

hriHg them fry .W»<hi.jv ihrnugh 

F ruiay ditriHf regulari^ii r hours 




M*ia]na»M)n-Mn.i 



^Bjjyjyjyj-^gj-f^r 



Overheard... 

"I likt mv right lo p«e in a 
smoke free environment." 

"I think the Weiinesa 
Committee should be 
institutionaliited." 

"Working out decreases 
your immunity by ^00%." 

"fan anyone tell me jmt 
bow dfl oboes fuse?" 



Our modest proposals 



Tonight the Board of Tnisiccs will vote on a recommendation to 
make Harper a Smoke-free" cnvtwnmcni (ihais assuming that the 
adrninisiraiion can afford to pay for 24 hour surveillance of campus 
baihnKvms). Ihiv recommendation will he presented by both the 
Environmental Health and Safety Commuiee and .he Ins.iiuiional 
V^ellncss Committee Both commmccs have already begun to implement 
ihis action neither commmec cnniains smokers They have, ho\^cver 
received a great deal of opposition from ihc almost ignored Committee 
for Fairness to Smt>kcrs 

Since the ct>mmitiees are willing to go to such extremes for student 
health, feasibility obviously doesn't have any plav in the dccision- 
niaking pr.Kcss. ihe Harbinger h.is a tew suggt^stions for further 
changes. 

Plasiii and styrofoam must be done away with, as thev are not bio- 
degradable and will accumulate and pollute our planet for vrars to come 

Cars busses and other motor vehicles should be banned from 
campus ixhausi fumes from ihese vehicles p<illute the air and can cause 
lung and hean problems. Also, people die fixim car accidents. 

TTie cafeteria should no longer serve red meat, deep fried foods 
saann or nuirasweet. since all can ct>mplicate or create health pmblems" 
In tact, the cafeiena in general should he done awav with since it usually 
causes indigestion. ' ' 

Microwave ovens cm be hazardous for people with pacemakers so 
they also have to go 

All contact spons should be banned. They can cause seni>us injuries 
•or the players and refs. 

Studies have shown that working i>ut decreases immunity so all 
physical education classes should he stricken fnym the curriculum 

Computers should also he removed as thev emit radiation 

The campus bathrooms should he taken out. Thev distnbute waste 
use too much water and spread germs (Besides. sonKrone might smoke 
in them.) 

The campus must be made into one level buildings Climbine 
stairwells can be physically stressful for out of shape students and 
people could slip and fall down them Alsc^ elevators could break and 
fall, or students tnay fall down an elevator shaft. 

Students, faculty and staff can no longer wear perfMnw cr mlocnes 
since some people arc allergic to them 

Kissing tin ciinpus riiuM K- il!c);dhA.I as since 11 , ,., .,.;ns 

Water cixild be contaminated so it should be removed from campus 

A giant plastic bubble should he buili over campus, so no outside 
pollution can get m This will also cut isut inclement weather, which can 
cause colds and snow, so noNxly slips and falls. 

Sexually Transmitted Diseases are a growing concern, so to get nd 
ot them, all male students should be castrated. This will also hcin 
control unwanted pregnancies. 

Students should not be forced to take classes ihcv don i like TTiis 
causes unnecessary stress that can lead to ulcers and drug abuse 

Finally, students should quit breathing A \91()s study pnived that 
breathing is the number one cause of death However, there is also a 
sinvng oppoMiion to this, who feels there should be a nile against not 
breathing ' Suppcrners argue that most people who do nt>t breathe turn 
blue and eventualK die anyway 

All keepers inieresiedm ihcir brother s health should contact either 
of the committees listed above. However, anyone in favor of allowing 
humans to make their own choices and enjoy' their rights in a wav thai 
poses no nsk to others dike in a well ventilated smoking area) in 
welcome to express iliemsclves at the Board of Trustees meeting toniehi 
.11 S pm in the Bo;ird Ruvm 



Tari Vaughn 
Fditor-in-Chirf 



Lisa Aust 

Managing Kditor 




6-OPINION 



K^RBNSER 



February 22, 1990 



Letter to the Editor 

Enviromental Health Committee 
singles out the smoker, again 



It wrm< to me and many pnipte 
^' 'tpokcn wiih iluti ihc fm minm«aiai 
Hcjlih .uvi Sjfei) CiimmiiKi- l^ 
Aorkint; overtime in Iryini; U' Kthn-M- 
for 3 hciimning. iho ^I'ttimincc, 
without wamin;: r.ri>it\.il lMc^m«S 
vcivling mat hinc^ ( m itthiui no imich <<t 
a hini III NiuJi-msof employiKs) A 
«iu4in); jnd noa-mHikiii|; envimnnicm 
wjA thusly ^ n-jied. woi 1 would venture 
to sav that ni.>Ni %mOker% agfte with 
thi-. v''nt .'{M 

\.'* Ilk ,i"i < vnmifkx wiHiM 
nv Hjrpfi 
jitimor, 

i*-«iii if! an ciU"' ic Ji htrxt :^ '' 

cnvimnmcni (»» >tiKJcni.^ ^ il 

nl ahitni in' r tii.'O ii 'F .-A 



hvalifl alul 



I rumncntiii mMirs ' 



1 In an ctttwi i>< civ uc a hralthy 
and safe Harper cnvmnuiK'm, what hits 
been d»ni- aNxu styfofogm mMge an 
v-aln|>u^ U)r t^ the conMBtllM! am 
coiiicmi.-a with \tK drpictnif racine 
to>cr)' 

2 What ha% hwn dnnc lt> ensure 
adic<iltK IS mn hi-ing hn-jihul h> 
«ti>drnt and cmpltiycc alike ' 

^ What hjt been dime in eiMure 
Haip.'( K radiio-fiec' 

4 What has been doni.' to assure 
that ihf Ii.hI ottered in the thmng H,»ll 
' i.it. 1o» siniium. low 



suprt:' A giant m the fo<id huvinc» 
mactt m Caniecn CorixiraiKin muM hjv.; 
<' ■ ■■■' '.ulinjii Imslsa'.jil.iMi' 

> 'Mlt-rcdon utrnpu-' Win 

11' ■ ■ , ' ■ 

1)!. 

or 



II I. . i- It i.an achirtr t'erMWially. 1 
« 111 I hkc !o vi" sht- KVTK iiTwrm and 

i'l: 

'iieupsnijii>lr 

,--•>» h.isalri'a»' iin'n 

»iih rotMrd lo jll'k'ai iiin: 

Mipulalion thai (uUir ■■ ii he 

any more -rfverr iJuri ■ into 

la». It IbccommilKv >m- 

Op' the govermir with ihi« bill and 
CM«H*e Harricf makev a Ng-ume sfriash 
HI »s hcailh and uiely gciahi'* 

Theie are obvious anc» ihe 
ciimmiiicc and HarjuT peopJe vlknild hii 
conicnvd with but no \m«Ling inji«ir> 
IS n<M one ol th»)>ie ivvues We alrrMiy 
have rcstnctcd tmtilLinfE irras The 
ecimnuiiec could heller osc iLs uinc 
irym^ ui vilve any and/tir all erf otfier 
piiiemial problom areas. 

Bobbyr i.rvinr 
Harper Fmployee 



State of the Earth 



Don't worry, be active 




By layrtla l-abrin 
Slafr Mriirr 



Take a loati at the factv Fvcry year 
I 5 billitm tons of wlid waste are 
iluniped on uur land This itKludr^ seven 
million tars and ItXt milium nres A 
»hop{Hng ;u miUwMi umt <M smoke, 
sort and fumes are Mown hmo the air 
s.-» H'.' in.! in.t,„ir..i ikasiesarc being 
> av s ai the rale 
-loml Thif i\ 
ail in the I r> 

■ Awnrrn "rc^'k'm 



I'liis 11. We musi linil ' 
lake upon tnirsclvei rc 



»c hrealhr and the v^.! . 

itependN largely on i; I 

■iiih as yiiufscK. 

II. many things you can do 
u> rieip iiiji don I retjuire any money, 
power or puliiieal influonte Here is a 
iinall list of Ihe numerous ways you 
can help save the environment 

1. Don't liiirr and dlMronr- 
age your friends from littering. 
There is abs<ilutely no excuse for your 
garbage to end up anywfiere clue liian m 
a wvae nxcpiacie 

2. Avoid ming or bttying 
dUposable pruducls. especially 
pkuitic. These mtlude drinking straws 



pU^tit tiajis. throw-away cypi. plates. 
I'jiing utensiH, disposable diapers. 
plastu: shavers. pUslK finger nails and 
soli drinks in non relumable containers 

3. Recyele your paper, 
glas«. and aluninum. Call your 
city hall to find out what kind or recy 
cling facilities your town has available 

4. Ooa'l as* aerosol sprays 
These include hairvprass air freshcmTs 
Ji'onlectants vU'anor^ p.tiniv and 
dcidoraiiLv 

5. Dun'l smoke. 

t. V\alk, use publie trans- 
portatiun or (arpnnl when pos- 
Mhlr. 

7. Bus a fuel-effirient car 
.ind mainlain it properly. Also 
! engini- idle unnecessarily, 
uirts and slops 

)i. 1 sf a i>iii>pping bag. To 
avoid the unnecessary collection of nu 
mcrous small plastic bags, especially 
when shopping ai malls like Woodficld 

V. Don't ««e colored paper 
prodntti and toilet InsMe. Dyes 
harm fish aitd other aquatic life, and 
colorDd (Kipcr is not rccyclabk!. 

10 KIcct aa4 (apporl 
polilkal candidates that repre- 
sent conservation reforms. 

If you re concertu-d about the cnvi- 
mnmeni and would like lo Icam more, 
enroll in BIO 103, Man and FnviriMi 
mcni nem semester It is a very worth 
while class that examines cnvironmcnul 
issues, problems, and sokumis. 

(Jet involved!!! 






United Parcel Service 

Announces 
A new Distribution Facility in 

PALATINE 

Part-time opportunities ideal for Harper Students 



out our advantages! 




EXCELLENT PAY 

STEADY EMPLOYMENT 

HEALTH BENEFITS 

PAID VACATION & HOLIDAYS 

POTENTIAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 



Applications taken here 
Building A 

Tuesday, March 6 

1 am - 2 pm 



705-6025 



You can also apply at our employment office located at Rand & Hicks, Palatine. 
Applications taken: Mondays 3pm - 5pm 

Wednesdays 9am -11am 



.in tiqual opportunity employer 



February 22, 1990 



H/I^NGER 



ENTERTAINMENT-7 



Bonnie Koloc performs to sold out show 

Big city gal relates to college students 



By Saadra Slcwwl 

Staff WriHr 

Alihoitgh llaiiak Koloc 
hatn t been a regular prrfnimer m 
the Chicago area fcr a nomher of 
year*, the flitl ha< loyal faro 
willing to come out im a cvM. 
.snowy night to hear h<T ying 
The full house oh%i'>uvl> 
appreciated Koloc's talrni. 
rewarding her with a Maadui« 
ovauon when the pcrfornied at 
Harper lit!>t FnOay aiglll. 

Her voK c rctnaned the larae. 
(he clear M>prano that wnt 
Koloc t «chicle U) fjroe in ih« 
60' » and W« when «he *»* 
generally rccogni/ed as the top 
folk iiagcr in Chicago'* Old 
Town. She performed tongv from 
her latest Flying Fi\h album. 
With ftm On Wv .We. a.« well 
as some originalt Her hanJ 
included accompanftis Rick 
Snyder on lieyboardik. John Bon) 
on ban, PtuI Graueau on dnmH 



and Sieve Eiscn on ihi 
asioi^ine The niu^ii. ranjiid 
fromja/:/ to blue <> 

Aflrr ihr <>ht<w . Ki>loc talked 
abcMit the change!' in her life 
iince she left Chicago She is 
proud of her recent gradual ion 
from the University of Northern 
Uma »itJ\ i ikijri\- in ^rt jn*! a 
Kolo.. 

iiit|iufla»l >>(' >n iIiL .tiiflvt I' 
aUo the mi>-.t unjirpj. 
»iderTaied.and umkrappnniaic.l 
She went on lo My thai althou. 

bul I 

would (cail> \A( 
as an arii<>i in ' 
. I mibmiint noMc and ait 

falking abtHit rciuming lo 
sihml » an adult nludem Kol.« 
\ji.l I never thought I 
ever di> it When I did. il ^ 
M waMl real. I got the dipuHiu 



jnil t(jnii-il II jn») huni; il .m Uv 
•A all jn m\ Imie *IUilH» It feci' 
great! '. 



(mflgoi 
inFmc < ,, 
lo comhine 



ihinkin|£ ol 
^u■f^ licsre* 

M .1 ., l.l.. 



iHTK" h.< 



1 1 w.jnt to live m 



m\ tjr an J |tl^ 



Asked about how i.he tcli 
ahoul the nei» Jircsiii^v m hot 
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A legulor guesi on "Lato Nighr Wi^h David Lattttrmon, 

R.chotd Lewis is olso sio' d ABC-TV'j "Anything But Lovo." 
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Musical Notes 



B; SicTf Hill 

Staff Writw 

A* ramgs out ol 5 s«a« 



G-Forc* by GntMf Than On* 

Th« l»«c»l rcleajc fwm <.r«»ltr 
Thaa Omt is ai unfocuwd coHciiw" t>( 
c«npulcn/ed noise Some of ihc ■ample'. 
,I5^DUlKb MC inlcrc-iung but thai docsn I 
make any »f U «onh l.wmng lo roiHv 
ihon a couple o( ume^i U » nol muiK »• J" 
improvcmcm over ihi-ir UW •«»«» «'">''• 
bu! !«•> U>e henetil of hciat only • «i>lfl« 
jlhum and ihercfori.- much %h«lef U- 
Forer.tnc*n:allY«.<'nh<tH*»H(k' 
A Hard Oay« Knlgm b y 

The rcionl covcf has » I*o»o of a CD 
while >he CD cover hw a pho» of M. a^ 
bum as well as ihe l.ile A Hiird 
Kaiahl'i Day The two Belgian men 
«;:;•!:= l.now'L as ..«Rt.MH.. have 

always had a warped sen* ol humor whuh 
comes acK«s better m their l.ner m«es 
*«, Uk« msMc. Much >*«.«»««•"'•'' 

unfocased and meandering, never seBlmg 
«, orK stroTR mcUxly or lyrK U makes it 
an e»iicmcl) (ocudiaWe album and far in- 
fcrror lo earlier release* from »hc same 

Gama* ol Lova by Tha Naon 
Judoamant 

Hot on the hccU of Ihe release of their 
».so album. NJ release a ir FP ^i« 
taimng a few new songs plus a special 
mis of the latest single Came J of Lovf 
The A side is pretty g«xJ bul ihcrt » 
nothing thai realty siands out on *e fcf 
Undoubtly worth a look f.-r Nron 
ludgemcnt fans but other* i 
momy, .<r buy a ^upcru. 
Chinese Blaek "1/2 

wrack by Wrack ^ _.am^ w, 

A «* Chicago P^VO^^Z 
Sieve Albini, Wreck is more wm me 



V^ Trw one^nie tour «•»» P'^-""'* 

of this rcc.i«l *o«" ■>" ""'> *^ "•''" 
P. Ihead and Lard Wrteh c.»ld be a 
["m" interesting .. I.«y «"» '■"«'■ 
samples or keyboards •• 1 « 




Mike on Movies 



By Mike Sch»ti»heimer 
lUfkinger Movie Cfillc 



a GRUMH 

No Name. No Slogan by AcW HOfM 
The same so«i| appears on both sides 
of this new ir Mngle but the, aie utterly 
different The vcrsmn on side i«o was 
p^uced b, Cabaret V,*B.e where • «* 
Zt was produced by Hypo Lusa and He 
mcs l>a« (aka Alain Jourgens<« ami Pau 
Barker of Miaiilry) SkIc i«k- •- a R'"" 
dance track The vocalist «und> like the 
«a« 0.K fr>«n *e las. 1 usa^Tan pr.^* 
tton iPTTs R.bbcr f.losr Sedoc- 
tioa) Side t*o is wwihkss. ovcrlong. 
arelbonng ••• 

Deceii by Nolaa Unit ,. 

The best ol the batch, this Abut 1. 
,.ngle from ?*«««« I ail is a scry g.«K 
.Xtnal song No.se Init is actuaUy Hil 
iceb from Fraal l-i»« *»«"•"'> f^ 
Matt Vcrhacgen from The khath jnc 
From I me Assembly stMind strengthens 
;. ljmiliarirai.klin|! psruis 

v„x. . ,.M -*ay trom danccabiliiy but not 
imcnab.lity A No.sc Unit album will 
foUow H«« and . if ih's smclr .s «-> in 
dKjoon. will be worth a !.• » 



If the word ovcrrcalous apples w 
any film, it applies to Slaalev aad 
Iris. In the course of a single movie 
DirecUK Martin Ritt alicrot ned lo de al 
with ailult illiterai.y.te«aa|«i»a|a'"'y- 
the death of a spouse, and *« *** « • 
parent None ol these imporum and 
lirolev subjais were covered with Ihe 
ihoniughness they need and deserve 

The main pomt the film l.xuied on 
Sunlev (Robert DcNiro) He was a 
midifle aged man who never learned how 
lo read He spent his childhood traveling 
wiih his falhcr. a salesman, and never 
^yed m a smulc sch<K>l lor any length 
of time He goes through jobs by the 
(k«ens because of his problem, and li 
nally asks lor the assistance of Ins (Jane 
Kc««la) With Ins help, he kams at an 
obvKxisW unrealisuc rate, and becomes 
almost mslantly successful using his 
talents for invcnuiig 

The sh»nc and difficulty (J krarmi^ 
lo read laie in life was never dealt wi* 
Also Slanky's "instant" success was a 
Irttle' hard lo believe It seemed the 
movie wanted lo work out perfectly 
because Snwlcy kamcd how to read 

The film did nol hesitau: » bring m 
more dillw-ull subjects through Ins. A 
recent widow, she is copmg with her 
husbands death, and lakmg care ol her 
family Ins pn*lem of allowing hos^ 
m be interested in other men was pacaed 
off .juHkly and painlessly because her 
cmotHHis were never dealt with One 
nHnnent she was unwilling ui accept her 
husband s *ath. and the ne»t she was m 
love with Stanley Ins lamily. whose 
characters w*rc never ctevclopcd beyond 
what they k»A like was another r»wle 
lo brmg up ..omplicatcU issues He. 
teenage daughter becomes pregnant 



This »js ikalt with in only one scene 
»hiic Ins talks ol having an unwanted 
child Alter the baby was born, die issue 
was dnTped **! eservlhing was fine 

Ol course, the wnicrs couldn't pass 
up introducing mwe Blgcdy Stanleys 
father died in a suie home for the 
eklerly Stanley cries when he finds out. 
but only mentions it agam in passing. 

Fix a film with such emotionally 
charged subjects, it managed to avoid 
showing any feelings As a matter of 
fact, il showed emotitm only three 
times, when Stanley leams of his fa 
iher's death, in a tnumphani scene in a 
libwy when Slanky suddenly gets the 
haof ol reading, aad when he proposes 
to Ir». Esccpt for DeNuo s performance 
(the only redeeming quality), die film 
had die emotKmal depth of the average 
houscplant In contrast lo DeNiro. 
H«das pcrfi»mance was llal and dry. 

Besides the tremendous faults m Ihe 
sujry. die movie was a failure in die 
realm of dK film media The direcung 
was like sule cr».kers. bonng and lack- 
ing flavor. There was aNiut two mm 
utes of pointless screen time spent 
wauhing pcopk walk down die street 
carying groceries. The film also lacked 
coolinuity For instance, m one scene 
Ins perms her hair When we see her 
again, she is with Stanley, il tooks die 
same, and he comments on it. There 
were several oibcr incidcms where die 
film became hard lo foik}w. 

These aspects, coupled with die 
unbearably stow moving story, made 
Staalcy aad Iris seem like a bad 
"made for TV movie" The only reason 
that I «n giving diis film one Mar is for 
DcNiro's performance in dns farce of a 
film He managed to express emotion 
ikspile the ivKO-dimensional feel of ih<- 
whole movie. 
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concert here at Harper 



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Harper on Thtjrsday. Fctmiary 2? ai \2 1 > 

piB, 

bi additioa to otxies. Uk griMip alvi 
cimtau of an oine ifaRiaic. Fjtglish hum. 
harjiMihiird and puuio. Otwc Fuvkw h.l^ 
:i(>prarfd ai muMC fcsiivab m Spok-io. 
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» inner of ihe Concen A^ll^l■. Guild 
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Ttrsonais. 

Day* Hid, 

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Cdvin minus Hobba, 

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FOR SALE 

Classical guitar $20 or best. 
Duk:imer w'case. like new. $100 or 
best Call 307 3550 aiKl leave a 
message, or you can call my office at 
Harper. X 2460 



FOUND 

4-6 month-old kitten, no tags, 
black wiih white leet Green eyes, 
female Very Inendly Found m Harper 
f riday Contact Hdllop 
-i 3481 ACT FAST 



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n:30AJI.1lD3:30PJ«. Sohmfciy, March 10, 1990 AlAicWfekome! 

Cdumbia Cdege Spring '90 

OPEN HOUSE 

Mm To AHmmI And SMHowColMHiNaColege Can Shape Your Muk! 



WwlMaKHMdM Ww 

■ fnyvpi "on-icrioi evolOt»or. } ■ Ad»ertisim 

* tyenwg »«i waetand cicaaet wokMe } ■ AdmwHsng Art 

* "^ "^ ' ■ " Arts Monoaement 
■ Cornpuler Graphcs 



a Conc M rwni e m jl n m* wiifc other schocfc 
■ f^nonod od OMabble 



■ ^rsonoliwd educatwnai proof; i 
• '--^ doss sue 

oppoftu'- 



• Donee 

• 'aiicin Bus-nets 
■ 'aslnor Design 



■ '.'TitetogComiixinicdlion 



• f^wtograi ■ 

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F<bMaiY22. 1990 



Sports 



HARBI^4GER.Page12 



Ladies may go for the league title 



B« Loa Nmirt 
Cufsi Wriur 

Head Cnach Tom TcKhncr 3»Kt the 
Lady Hjwk> ut, cltHC lo achicvtag a 
Harper tiisl - a 20 win regulai wwn 
loftped off by a N4r ConfcrcniO 
Championship The icani v lurreni 
qandin)! of l** 7 regular. 00 N4<' pla> i» 
a tribute ui the hard work bv jll ihi\ 
Hcamn The Ha»k<i hope lo peak .ii ihc 
upcoming Region IV' Toumanuni ji 
which ihey are seeded *3 'Mt, m tiur own 
hands.' staled OMcbTexhner 

Last week the rr«iBlls were r" \ 

The Lady Hj»li> pri'\jileil . . 
DuPage OulppatlU^ (? lb. ^ bi m j ■ 
»inTuc«lBy. The Oiapparals held a 
-1 lead early m the ■•cciind halt hiu 

\mv ko/iai 

piiim-. Killowx^Uby ^icphjiu*.- (jj.'.i.i a..;. 

IK 

Agamsi ihi 
Md RegHw \\ 

MaratKfcTs I lf> . >.,... ,..,.. ,,....»> 
lost 64^: ^W Hj*k^ ItKl i.li».i,t un IK 
point dell. It It* .*!il\ f.tiir r^'ifii , a!', n 'tmi 

trouble I 

OBchol.1 

fWK. Alio tlui. the Marawkr> t.ui up 

ten unanswered pi^mtt lo put the i >>iiii si 

away, diwlv^ led Ihe ».iv I^t H.irpv-r 
with 17 pi>imv. Ki>/ijl liilluAi.l .Mih U 

Tonight ihc I jd> Hj»kv »ill K- 
hotting Trillin i«iih a iipoll time >'l ^ 
pm Harper ncedv u> »m ihi- ivimi iii 
onlei 111 niain a ^harc ol lU- ni ihc k .inm 
iiilc 



Al l«n. Harp*r'i Amy Koiiol ttrugglst to 
** gain oontrol o« tTw bal trom tb« Maiaudara 
~ She scor*d 28 poaM* agirai OuPaga 




bf Viewr Ctun 

VaNayMwn 



The men sing the basketball blues 




111 liihn llrinckrrlinff 
M .rr Uriicr 

; lif llaiper haidtellMU team 
has Ixxn handed two tough kisxes 
n Ihc pasi «cek The first one 

jgainvi Dui' - ■ ' ihtrd in 

ihe natii>n H4^*k\ 



vuni up 



that they (Moraine Valley) would 
coRic ready to play hecauie we 
beat them » ihcir gym" Moraine 
Valley IS now ?' 5 overall and 6- 



4 in the conference. The Hawks 
are 17-11. S-6 in conference play 
and have exceeiled a lot of 
people's cupcciailons this iea<<0R. 



ThaHamh'aeNn 
DMpMMiCti 



Ofookt go#s 
•wtaamhm 



aMem 10 kMp 19 wMi ><• bal. 



It^rpki *aiiie vliiriutn^ ha>.k 
in itie wcimd half Ii< pull vtithm 

rill l»l J I>ilk> h,i-i 

\ minuU'^ inl.i ih. 
i.ai Harper iiurej-, .. ,.. 
ultcnsise rebounding |>ri<dut.lK<n 
during the surge with Murray 
grabbing 4 for thtr ganie 

Harper Mid MuraitH' Valley 
mded hadicu during the later 
siagesaflkrgaMe Then Harper's 
Paul Combi and Murray fouled 
out with less than a minute led 
In addition. Dilles had picked up 
hit fourth foul earlio in the 
coMCM, w Moniae Valley imm 

OKKXrUt 

Coach KaMMr and. 1 kaew 




Mwit 



Paul 



■••fnpla ta eoettol Ma 




^^—^f^'^^'^ *'®''^g examined 

Sfe;::^ Si^g!H =r£S5_.r...-^ -.!:'"®° 



fy Section WkIc r_. 

£»*'' John Eh*,.""'';!'- -^--wl Mr«| 

•^ from EW .J" WV-K h«r. 



'» "Wdu^un. ,!r;™ "^"-"^ B,^nK Hcnr^ 



on the nvHier 

J<*n Gclch, ihc IV.. , , 

^'"«™. rc^clc«C» ** RccrcaiK,„ 
— ' Scefcoifc^, '™"«fteJchoo( 



Smoking ban 

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H!,-, ,. .. , . '"""itiv The 
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E^enrt the weather ha^ ~~ ' — ~-— — M J 

Z ~ mdustn k.. .. ,. "* '""» f'^^ln„ .. .. . 






, ; 'f' PCIllKW, were nr. 

'•mod a n,,,,., ' '''""'"cnt 

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,'":'""" h'»"...dc« 

P^-fcioiios Pf'»ona| 






food Mem McaraJ^ ••*«**» 

Stark. ""n[| „?"""« »«, 
Gfeenpcacc.m. °"« of 



Shkc 19^9 ,,^ , 
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— ^aicn «ck--i »■— ■ •■CTim n ,. "*'in tuna, ihc j,,,^ 
>wuiuiii». '^'"O'J of ,„,. :* "ii- most .,„. ? '-"SeM. 

"• "« tici, ' "" '^■'"e caugh. 

"''^^..fu-t.us^rT-'^- 

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I'niil 19,-, 7«' 

•" «nan «i, and r! k" ''*"«'« 
btWd h> hand '**«1 «w 

These v^th **"""■" "•- 



'K-- ai ,hc Sm.i. . *'' 

, ""' Bc« of 
."""" gave ,|,p 



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Marc n ""»"><•«» 

Pft«*H.r^y """"I!, and 




'"ncfccon Hbc,,™*" *'«*^"*<« a 

h.nt. «^"'^/'"«"fhc-.pf„, 
"">f«Bai«.- ^ ..^""/"alum 
^"loo, *e,r~rr ""«•» The 

;'«'> given uTThcowf""^*^ 

.1 """ Points are 

> ">i' number of 

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COMICS 



■ihp< 



2-NEWS 



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March 1. 1990 



Dolphins lose to tuna 



Ommued 6imi page t 






York arc proicsiinn (hcit 






cafcKtiii u>c ol ihn luna 






Sludcnu ditpUyed Mgns uyi^ 


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>.iu^m. fvf 


'Save ibe Dolphin<^, ChooM 


«UMi4-r 


Roiicn (IrjKii 


Ncptuna " 


peniwuiu 


.: lull n- — ■-^- ■ 


Nrpiuna. j ti-ih product tei 


t^ictcntaii 


• lur^cy 


Uslcsi vimilji to luna i< t" 


^ik.ti-nu "'■^ J ; ;' 


.. 1 lim 


allcrnate choice lo tuna. - 


lllv iJUCilK r 




siudcMs Nt'p(una i» m*K 


! iun.i t\nw 




Piktufd ri<ih fikta. a rmgltkt tail 


tMevnj nx 




o< ihe European AUanitc and 


The >. 




MalncnaneaB watcn. otKn called 


Protection A. I i.i 1 ' 




the Califiimia !lantiik- 


enacted primarily Uv re- 




Thel'ii. "- ^.»k 


public outrage over v 




i< now 4n 


Jalphin kiUt avKicialcd » 




ahcrnativc ii' tun.i 


t»hing Av r ■ • 




"ll surpnvfs mt- ! ihrnighl 


nunihcr »j 




thai siudenu migbi havi: hiKgcr 


jici h.iv » • 




Issues lo be coKctiMd almiil man 


numU 





Observatory update 





For students wno want tuna that 



good but «nl tuna Universily o> New vorti QH«tt "NajHura 



Mwlo by VIctar CMn 

The rtew Harper observatory is dose to cotrpietion and is 
sdteduied (o openMe later itHs year inside itie doam will tie a 
100 year otd Bersiwe telescope donated by lt\c DuPom 
Company m New Jersey Partial tundmg tor ttie observatory 
was received from tt»e Buya BncK lund raiser field last year 



Football investigation 



Conmaed fpom page t 

dtoppuifckain. 

Ettasilt stated on tite record that 
Taylor was tienclKd for dnciplin^y 
rca-tons 'Taylor brake the rules and that \ 
what happens ~ 

Taylor'« patcMs, however, received a 
letter from tlie school eiplaining he *is 
iNrncbed l>ecau\e of an inii^y Juan 
Taylor's father claims. ~Thai> a lot ot 
bull." 

Accordmg lo Taylor. Eliatik 
scheduled a meeiine »iih Coach Boh 



Ferptnw «i.linaa»i, Hcnsfcy 

and Tj\ : ums thai during ihc 

meeting ! ..^ .i. ,..J Yoore ikh *eeiBg 
the (kid umil you fvjy Hcii\U-\ and mt- our 
immey." 

Gck'h denies die ncenn^ evii i.a-l. 
place 

Charles Taylor > ihai il 

things cannot be scti I he »ill 

laic the dispute to irn- nx \\ In .r. 
interview, be said. "I am very upsci ■ 
Coach Eliauli F.liasik will not get t>li 
sent free lie tied and uxik a penooal thing 



MM on llv Nis 
Janei TjnI.i: 



ik'tt->icd in 

i lUMk 

inuneni 

As pan of thi' in\ 



When .... - .,-. .^K . Ur 
nie. llK ctiaih IS supposed to 
ler to them All lHusiiii is 
\ his imHies 
.ould not he rcKhed liif 



'slt*!ali'Hi. H, nr\ 



ra»i>m ()iie pUvcr claimed he uas hii bs 



*■: 1 h> the 

ll.i'.'..:.. . .,,„..„ .„ v..i..iiieni. Janet 
r,i> lor c ijinis llui playcri have called tier 
house urging her enure family noi to 
s|vak vciih reporters <» Harper olticials for 
tear ot Harper losing die Imithall program 
neil year. 

Pretidcnt Paul Itidinpson said 
riiasik IS in no danger ol losing hit 
.oathing job He lurihcr predicts the 
invcsiigation will be complete by mid 
MoRh 





cofl 



The> are like rkki siuJonn 
Ilicy go to classM. partKipak- m 
canpusacuviurN.iiiMJonjin Harper 
CoJlc|>f . They <lnrv< like un .ind 
U) <[pcak uur Iwiguaiic. Tile 
thing seomg ihon a|»nf AyjkL 
Hwper jWRfeMs ^Jk^CMQ^ 
fromforetgn^ '^^ 

^omrannvv m 
liltk^ n(lb>"*'1«igc 
UKi Ub H jniW Sutff 
ihc InicmjtKinM Smdcra: 
rhc> ciwic hoi^ u> tike 
i >iirw^ Of improv _ 

Some of ihe Ml ^ 
laJly cnmlkrd m cduLiiiK 
Sram!i designed lo icath u 
basics onisicnmg. spcjkmg. . 
MCwnting. grammar. viKahu 
P«w»«nciaoon and AmcrKan 
lure Toward the end of ihc 
giMtn. they an maiiKi 
•Xfcercolkgc classes 

"A lotof Uicsiudniisarehomc- 
utk." said Hanwn "Thc-y left ihcir 
families lu come to the I nitol 
Swcs They feci kmcly and need 
Mmcihuig ID rdl the void m thiir 
live*. They nord to kmw thai 
sumenneran-s " 

The lmvrnai»>niil Siuil. ni> 



Cluh wax I rriurd U'n vcarv 
AiaHw Karaali lo till ihji 
Karaali.arutivcofTurkey.va* tJi.- 
med to cMaMi-Ji a doh m help 
fORigR yutkni'. jd,uM to AnK-ri 
» Sfe. SiiMkniv I , .ukl hcliinji to a 

tmMli^bavrdonfnetKt Jf*cl apcnt 

'4lurjlcuhanp;hct*«^;JPfen ^^l«lv 

1 dilfin 



lAsm the 
"IVcipto 

!Ull&ll^ l|. 



fjhjantL 



a 

coumnc: 

rmnany 

)om Wc 

eiperie 

ah«H« 

•w 

ame tan c 
M."s/daiiiiev 

a day ai a imnr 

Even though many of liie 
mcmhcrMk) not vpeak F nghsh. lan- 
guage Joe* not appij, to be an ob- 
siac k Xlub mcmh-rs always went 
to he ahle to iTunmunicaic," «aid 
KibMiKo They uwhirthvcftial and 
mm MiKil LiinimunK.aiioa and 
M>nK-h«.» ihcmoMigeiictsacniiw. 
Three Inimaiional Siudcni«; 



thaiVihei 



l|iidiHleilfromte(h<ichw( 
v vnt maaih< aa). ;ind V WW to the 

t nilcil S (.,!,. I,' W.in, Inflivh 

•aid A/^artv I ».mi u, „,^.„ ^ 

Me»n:t> I have 

I>i.k4> 

way 10 

re 

,--,...., II 

"Thfc R a lot III pDwihy in 

Me«»o B<))»seven««)i(»y«arv- 

oU often kU OMl^fd^^ioiaite 

^ wy tor aS fanirfftsople in 

itw I Mod Sutx Kaw BK„ ^* 

f Boy<i m the 1 nun! 

•veioK-Blormi-mi 

bli-r I III 

) 10 he a big LVMic 



CMn 



From lett Man«a AVarez (Ue«eo, lu/ Hansen advisor^ 
Saban BuNann (Turkey) "vwor. ano 



"r« 



Wl 



clmsa. 

are very nice " '^ ^'^ 

"I have hccn m jfe iimitd 
Stales fa ttmt yean," latd But 
lann. "I hope lo »arli in the TuA 
'sh government as an I wcmauonal 
AdviMir 

I da idcd the best *ay K) «ud> 
r. i>n«mic V jiid Imcniainna] PWi- 

loancNlietcoiiMry 
ilturr ami >-,Krti:n-r 



National Collegiate Drug Awareness Week 



"In furki > miAt o( the ^tu 
dent* li\c uith their lamiliet md 
ikm't have to »ofk tvcry year. 
Turkey cipon' totion. lotweco, 
olive iMl. mil,, and vegetables to 
MKkJIe EaMcm tooniric* A npi 
-al Miary » only $4/10(1 a yiar 
niere are more johopportunmcv m 
the United States 

"I feel «iod ahou hemg in the 
Uiwed Sums. I have leanieJ a l« 
mmyi lawc. The Aiiicnc«ip«Tfc 
arrvcr> nuc I » a» even chosen to 
he m la.st years Who's, Who 
Anoat ImrniatHiaal .Siadrnb " 
C«>mc/)urjdi). »ile of the 
Consul tieneral of Ecuador, tame 
to *e I niicd Stales in 198K Her 
mam task is lo Icam English 
Ciome/iurado hclp« keep track of 
her hushaiKl s jppoimmcms md 
ohUgMHwn She vtiiHls h» he, 
•xBhaad's m,Ii as Ir iniiticLs the 
"S*"^ "• li'lliw ciii/cns. and en 



'^"urapc' good iclMKins between 

counines. 

flome/juradonou-nladiffef- 
ciKe m the cduijuonal sysu-ms m 
Eiuiikirandihe I nitcd Stales. Tn 
K uaikir all students take the swie 
sUsses. sanl(iome/jurjdo. Inthc 
Unucd Slates, students have nuuiy 
eleciivcs to choose from 

T think H IS important lor 
everyone to icam the language (of 
the host counin i It is difficult lo 
survive vbithout it" 

"The students come from dif 
fcrcnt cultures and backgrounds." 
said Hansen "Yei, we alt mesh and 
g« along like a big family." 

"There are a kn of foreignen 
on ihiscampus trying to speak Eng- 
lish." said Buiiann "Pk»se be 
paiiem and do not laugh We all 
make misukes Um t just think 
we're dumb l.ivc us a chance " 



HaTXTs new B..\ 
clubw>ll,i:ivc(Hii|wptum.,re,. 
helium balkxms and tickets to 
Eddy Tallis during Suta^ 
Collegiate Drug Awirawis 
week on Maivh ft. 7. and «. 

A Rcstxiive Fair fnim 9- M} 
an' to : 00 pm on Tuesday 
Maah 6 m the BuiMing A Siu 
dcm Cemcr, will kick oil the 
wctk's acuvities Community 
wrvKcandselfhclpgnMips u ill 
t* OB campus tcdistnbute infur 



Seveial MadEnis will dMre 
*e» peniMai expcncnces with 
atcoMaadikiig UK at noon in 
A:41 Bart-WicgandofParksMle 
l-odge will mnderale the ,rn>ur 



• "on't mtm ihk valuaMe opfmiiu 
"«> I. ] kiok at aki*ol and drug use 
Irom the inside out. 

Ever wowkt how dogs ttuf I 
oMdrygiMCirnnms' McwKwra. 
a workwg narco-dog. and her pw- 
nof. [>^ly Gu/las. on Tuesday. 
Miuih ft They »il| deimmsirate 
drug detection al I (Ml pm in the 
BuifctaigAStudrnKVnki 

iVlcriivc- Jfshn f 'ot oian » ill 

Crime Divu»-j) »hcii he .^prj^ij 

«iw« -Sifisei Di^p" cm WcdB». 

d^if. March • ■• -. vv 

Tile H 

yoM 10 a::.^ .„ . ,. ,„, „, J 

"fco'M^orEddy Talks he sUk 

Itfcofthrpanv' Thisnal«>«io|v 



ponunii) lo k-ani »hM (i^t 
CHlSixallahHU 

What hjfipcns ii y(„. gc, 
iHwied white in posMvsum o( 
dfugs or ak 1*1.1 ' (Xf ictr Dan 
WilluuBs fnm the Youth De 
P<«»»ciM of ihe Palaunc Mkc 
f^cpi'Vamt IS a must to hear on 
•Alcohol. Drugs wd the Law" 

"0 Ihursdav Man.hXjinoon 

in .\2-i2 

Diini !ii,s> SaUDiul Ciil 
•cgsHC Drug AwarencM, Week 
Gkmib and emoc cIhks are 
*fk;«»i»e Call the Orog,AI«v 
hot. and WelliK-ss KctvoMk 
(DAWN),^' ...,„. 

Ifwamtmjit. 



TwJ2?^'KRl^^ 50MITIIIIW10 
""^ K7!!PJ?**-^»THfYCAIfTI&IT 
nil MIXT YEAR TO GIVE ACAIM. 



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Ru7aTorTorr\t:jri:e7B'^r"''"*' "'--'-'-- 

enc.fmg AMIOA software ^- "'"*'"»' »' *"• " <he 

AMIGA programs a. jl'l) "" ^."| /*'" ™" 'BM * 
»'>s'B'<i"s at me same lime irull soeeili U k. .... 

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4-FEATURES 



H/FBNGER 



March 1,1990 



Vigorous training leads to 
success for world-class kayaker 



By Jamie B«cson 
SuffWrucf 



Haiprr College itudem Maya 
Djcrck 1% «wnc»hal o( a cckhnty 
in her homciown of Zcmun. t»o 
miK> (ut^Mk of Bdgfaile. the 
capital of VugmUivia. 

TlHNifEh Bflpadc n art su- 
able in populaluin rouRhiy a mil- 
lion am) a hall imupams. il n. ant 
of ihc mi»sl pleasant anj prumincM 
Furitpcan capilah The Federal 
Parhamem huiUliny hA> been ihr 
Kcne of many national and mtcr 
■Mioaal deciuon. 



Djerck n the lir« female 
niendvr of the kayakinn team in 
Yu|j!oUavia SutvesNful ivthchcM 
way K> <fc*i.nhe hc» cipcncntc 

PfOti «» tanked twclllh in 
the wmM on *l>c lUBiui kvcl m 
IWa. She »a»al«i named the beJ 
feniA Mhleie m all i>f Bcl^radc 

No», I>)crek ixalull linK- ESI. 
stiMknl She livei »ilh her mck 
and fOB«ns jnd linds Amencan 
Khooii m»»e appealing The m- 
straciots an; tuppiiruvc and nMire 
wiUinf! U> lisicn and help 

1 mhcieloleafnE»«li*h*«<l 




Wnnmiii— i»tDH'* 

DietBk (Ironi of kayak) and leammaie prachorio m Yugoslavia 



«e wtiat Kmaxm sc'h»>u di< 
lAe." widDierek 

The kayA ibclt i<> enchanting 
The ckwcd do. k and waJaNe vu.k 
pit mifcc It lilenlly unMnkaNe.even 
mihe highcM *ave» Kayak* aic 
typically for smgfc poddbnc and 
have nil r»wn for extra passengers 
N«H juit anytme can be a kay 
iriu:r. One niuM he in u^ircme 
phytical conditMHi A»eako«in 
experienced |>addWr nuy not he 
able li) uphold the pace or handle 
ihCB hiul in lurbulenl »aiet 

Eftixuvc traininjtpni([ram»an: 
bwed on physiolijgically and pv> 
chttlogKally sound ptlnclpl<•^ 
•huh aim k) gradually impr 
atd eventually maximi/c the <'< 
pi«T»icc o( puddlmis strength, 
cnduraice. stamina and power 

DKrek went through i vigor 
Otis training program K,> prcpnre lot 
her world competition A lypital 
day of training included five to len 
kilometers or running, :^» km of 
row mg and an intense weight train- 
ing session She (bd dm icvea 
days a week 

Nil*. Dfcrck IS working hani 
as a sludrm. She woukl kiv« lo 




niaMk*mcMr(»ln 

Maya Oierek stands m Irort of a haH bgill boat sculpture 



become a I S ciu/cn some day 
Hct luiurc plans include fimfang a 
club to tram lor another worUcom- 
petitHin arvd povsiWy the WI 
OtympK Games. 

Diefck a ad|iHto(i to life n 
AmerKawtihease ShekwesEggo 
wafDci and yn/a. so she should fit 



right in Madonna and Paula Ab- 
dul arc her favonic American per- 
fornicrs. 

■My dream was always to go 
to an Amencan school, and now 
Im hctt," said Djerck "1 Uiuik 
AmcrKa is the best coimiry m the 
world " 




March is National Nutrition Month 



It s easier than youlhmk I. u-jt ■»tiM 
bly \oa need to nuke small . hjiiii -. iik.i 
cutting out large amounts ol lat and ^ ho 
leiierol fmm your diet Be sure to includi- 
enough cakioes and nuinems to ensure- 
good health The lollowing are some help 

ful ups 

StiKk the panlts with lo* l.ii 
munchies such as gr:*am crackers. i»)p 
com. Ic>w-salt pret/els. fig bars, animal 
ciacken. gmgersnaps and vanilla walcrs 

Satisfy a sweet t.»Hh w iih Inwen juicc 
and fiuit bus. look lor vancues that cany 
no added cream. 

Suhsiitule bagels Ughdy spread with 
jam lor dough'iuls 

Substitul.- freshly ground turkey for 
ground beef in meat loaf, chili and cassc 
roks. 

look for lean, welltfimmed heel at 



llK- mcji ^ouiiivi c uis Uoni die nnind and 
lUnk steak typically conum less lat 

Remove the skin from chicken and tur 
key heUne cooking or at least helore caiing 

Choose cooking tcihnmucs thai bc^ 
keep Iji to a minimum, Mich as babng. 
hriHling. roasting or steaming 

Slo'c kli-.ir ol snjik (irmliKls Ihjl con- 
uin highly saturated oils, such as cixi«iul. 
palm or palm kernel 

Angel luod cake has no chokslCTol wd 
only trace aroounls ot lat I- at il with diced 
strawbemcs or peaches 

Mi« cheeped Iruits w ith kiw lat vanilla 
orfcmonyogunor l"t k)w laicottageclk'ese 
for a hght meal or snack 

Eatraintiow slierherv.m>ft serve ice m*. 
or frt«en yogun instead ol ice cicam. wtach 
is higher in fat 

Whenc vci piKMNe . finish (rff meals the 



1 uroivan *j» »uhlrc->hlruillor de«n 
( ro/en baiunj sUes or papa m*e » t- 

lieshing ueai 

Zap a baked potato in the mict»>wave lor 
a ijuick. hot snack Top potatoes with plain 
tow tat milk and sprmkh; with cluve* or 
IVmejuMi chisf se 

Oradualls make the iransiuon to lower 
fat dairy products I'i U>w fat milk. 11 k>w 
lat skim milk, tow fat and mm lat yogurt 

I uh/ckn» latclMeieii Substiiuiu«onc 
avmt of pn dun Mtwiarella chetfe lor 
one oiaice of Cheddar n«s saturm-d fat by 
more than thrtv grams and dietary c holes- 
leml by louHcx-n miUigrams 

Eat oaiiTieal lor breakfast on txcasion. 
The sohiNe libcr in oats can help tower 
bkivlcholesierol Add raisins and cmnanum 
lodrei>s it up 

In Mexic» meals, me beans in pla.e ol 



meat. The amount of proinn w ill rcmam 
higli. bi« lat content will drop dianiau- 
ca»y. 

Opt for pi//a widi vegetable lop- 
pings rather than high fat meats such as 
pepperoni and sausage. 

PiMi to eat more pasla-iMaed meais 
and grains like rue and barley Meal 
doesn't always need ui take center stage. 

Rcplac e butter widi margarines made 
with polyunsaturated oi Is like canola. com 
iw safllower Uwk lor marganncs that 
biwM liquid oil as the lirst ingredutH rather 
than a partially hydrogcnaicd one 

(k> light on peucessed meals like bo- 
kigna. salami and hot dogs Eater sand 
wich fillmgs are slices of roast heel, uir- 
key and lean ham. 

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March 1, 1990 



H/RBN3ER 



EDITORIAL-5 



Mark's Menaaerie 



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B.« Vbrk Jmms 
StaffWriitr 



I happen m have a cupy of ihr pft>- 
Vnstd change m the EUjaril P«.Ik> MjiiujI 
■n my hands Scctmrn I an] IlkMik c* 
(Hit I have a lew qucMiuni im wmm III 
They mcniitm the all pottcrful. fkid- 
fcannf, communist hating «ur\oy ogaw. 
Aiaea knMken and *i%icri ' 

t stilt ha^c the s«inu' ijucMiona aiNjM 
ihc survey. Wh« »j» surveyed Did it 
uke pUce on ihit campus or icmrwheTe 
cl«.' Whe« Old a take pbtc ' 

I cmM say I look a survey of 
imofccrK and mm tmokeri. hut Im ihh 
epHKiieal enough to lay that lalKini; m 
- people icpecwms the iipinKin« 
' ' I »ill say of those i liilked k). 
O...UI '."t were non-smokefs, 9i% wett 
in favor ol leaving ihiags the way ikry 
uc. and HX)^ ol ihem ajfrecd m two 
thmfs: Ihc way this ihjiigc is hjppe«M« 
B wiong and none of them hjd ever heard 
of this sufM-s hi fdrc 11 had been 
'cnmplcicd 

I diiagrcc with the way this change 
IS takm« place I see two commiikes on 
campus atlcmpunK «^> speak for mc (Ale 
Ihcy also (Soing to take my cUsscs for 
mc") I am over :i I have mvt Iom 
control of my mcnul faculties and I aint 
in a coma, so quu puiims wiwds. in m> 
mouth' 

Just because 1 am a student, it 
doesn I mean Im a kid I've hecn altjc Id 
with chains, a knife, shot at and .ilmoM 
blown up (twice) in defense ol thr 
freedom of speech fro no longer in the 

IManne Corps and the censoring ihal gncs 
with It. do sou Ihink I m gotng u> lei 



am nui joui diiul unank i„^|, ■» our 
high and mighty attitude doesn i hckmg 
in a college atmosphere We arc here lo 
learn how to ihmk lor ourselves and wc 
can t when cuir lives ar^ '■ ,ii-,t 

There was stmieih;: unj; 

.!(«>,!! ■■■, luMl III. At the cnil ii .uted, 

lid reading md a<*<;»(i..n ol the 
IS.., -ihedulfd fur M,fr! h ?' |,„^, 



Lets talk about the uuthueU wiad II I 
were on the board, and a committee 
hrouphi something to me that had that 
statement wniicn on the hotum. I would 
he incensed Not only do ihcc think the 
students and faculty are not iniell>);cnt »>r 
mature enough to make their own dec i 
sion-s. but Ihe mcmhas aren I nlhcr 

Where I come from, this type of 
iKtion. and the ac titans that have ce«ne 
fnmi this factHHi for the ta«l year are 
caltal railioKb. in ike hlarme Corjisk. it 
wM a Scfgeam canmg down iMd laying 
"I nwd vnluntcen - yew. ymi mH you" I 
am I even in the renetsru myntore. so 
stick your railroad wmewliere else 

let s talk finance for a while ll<>» 
much does Harper rescue fr^im the vend- 
ing machine people' How much does 
Harpers cafeteria take in daily^ How 
much will they be receiving when 
students are no longer huymg because 
Ulcy have to go off campus to smoke and 
study al the name iimr'> 

Something else should be 
CMMktcd This i>suc IS h<ii ai> far as the 
courta mv cuncemed Precedents are l«ing 
set m other states t>efiniitonv o( 
smokers' nghu are still being promoied 
by RJ Reynolds. Inc There are 5<imc in 
authority who would like to put Hwper 
on the front pages I kmtw of tome 
people who may he willing to assist m 
this endeavor by. oh, Mking RJ for a 
little hand, like Icfri aiiisiMce II Uiey. 
or even the ACllI were to gel a hold ol 
II. this wuuld give Harper a very high 
profile, but it would also put j c, r» Lm-.- 
birKl on the budget legales|> 
high lor ciHiri uses «huh , 
bMada-.ki' 

These ..Icci »„h 

heoig « irendscuer if; Hmf:, 

the- "do-gooders' don i . ,i u 

ll « nrtf th^-ri'- ^^.'.T^ >t 

Ihe !>. . _ , I . ,_,_.,__ , ,__^ 

Oh yeali. bctorc I torgcf fUe lint 
meeting of Ihe whatever we-wantuvcatl 
ourselves committee will meet on 
Thurvjjv Mjtth « at 1^ '(I m the 
smiikint: >eciion (»f the cafetcTia See you 
iheie 111 be- the smart ass wnh ^ 
■■ "-if I! .n mv fuimt 



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Overheard... 



"I Ihink R ASK >hi>uld tN- 
BF.TTKR* 

" I am. Iht-rt-rurv I parly." 

"Mark.* Oh, hr's funnv, but he'% 
sou wHrd." 

"I know it's off ihf rtcord, bul 
arc tiHj Rtiin)! lo ust- nn name? " 

"I <M>kslikta rrlard to 
mi'...>fah, il ItMiks lik«- sour 
relali*e." 

" Men. ^ (HI can'l lisr with tht-m. 
can"! shtMii Ihem. can'l drop 
Ihem from a si\lh \tory windoH 
Iwke." 

"Thr Kpraker spokr on..." 

"Dow an.yunr Hs* hat« anyihinj; 
they'd like mc lo iiteal?" 



Pop quiz: 

Is Harper practicing subtle sexism? 

«omtn deserve a »%eek jusi ■<• ihcmselvev This have 
itcxotrtphshrd many more good Ihings than an« man ever 
hav. Mus. bv havinK a week jusi for women, wielv imeni 

T.TV: '" r\'."'' '"' •" "' '"^ P"^' injustice* mZen 
have incurred. I his week will make women feel special 
cducale people ,m Ihc Krealness of womanhtMJd and iinprove 
ssomen's irnaccs in general. ■■■■prove 

II you vc answered no. then thank you for your attention, vou ve 
pas'ved the test. > ou may now move <m U) the cnienainmcni paces' 
If you sc ansucu-cJ vcs. ihen please keep readinp 

"VVomen's History Week" should not he observed It ,s a farce 
Ihc vchcH.1 did ncn celebrate Black History Month Do we have a 
subtle hit of racism tKrc! Why arc women considered ttwre tmpt^ant 
.h.,n other mtnonttes^ Why docs the schiKvl. ,n general. supponTgrea 
JmTw *""'^"^ ^"'*^" progr-inn. but dropped the black stitites 

N\e have been lo many women s seminars and can tell vou from 
^Z^T^^^^vP''""' """ "^> """ "'^*""e """^ 'h-n a bitch session 

w^J^I^rK, ' " r '**'^""^' " ^^P^*""^ '^' **«" ^ encouraging 
women to hcccOTcdiMinci from men. "^ ' 

.h„ i' ^r ^"^ ' **'*''^ generation since Mantn Luther King fought for 
.he nghts of the oppressed tn this country I, s a sad comnK^ntaiv L o" 
Mv.ciy that many ol his plans have not vei been earned through 
lowever the tmHr has con* for us to he judged as equals I underswnd 
thai this has not happened tn the past, but ,t s time to lW>ve on "^ 

tqualtiy means treating cvorM.nc the stmt It docs not mean 
granting special scivices or privileges to certain people on the basis of 

r" T^Z "^ "1" "' '"'" "^"^ ■^^"' r-prarti;, like most well 
". Hifcd th.ros. on!v tnan.uv ... fnnh.- ..n^ ,he problem. Under the 

■• III further exclude hirn or 
„. : -- , - -iiciv needs. 

Women have to cspect to be oicluded fmm things when they 
e-tc^lu<le themselves Th.s is America Supposediv in this crnintry yZ 

^w ,ht ib' "' ^■'^ " "" '^ ^"* "f '"d'^HJuality Freedom wan» 
m<>re than the right to succeed It also means the nght to fail as an 
nilivu ual with out reg.ir.l to race, creed, scs w family. It's time to take 
1 -t.irnl torct|ualiiy. 

Vke should not observe "Women's Week" because it s 
.Icsasiating for us in the long run The sch<H,l vh..u!.l :,!vn xeriouslv 
consider dnipping the wonvn s studies piwt;: , f. ivinc a 

men s studies program Fair IS fair •• mg a 



Ian \aughn 
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Lisa Aust 
Managini; Editor 




Clarification 



I cdruoy 22 luuc <>f Ihc //.vftut 
» ' Mi>ry "Snune <ppmveii ««hii 

•: ■! Die Envmrnmemil H... 
< .>nutiitU!c »ill he rnnkinf • r.-, 
■n lo ihr Ruad „( Jtuatm i» 
I' '■nx'kiiHiincmniiui 'Tlmwa ! 

'* ita EnvmMmaiid Hcdtfi md I 

mii<arliiiil.lKadymde^„, I 

■«"»«"*» BcM«l of TnMim ,■ ' 

.:i«»lm| . •RMAmg bw. Tilt lowd hkl 
I''-.; : --"kniorihe frapoMii i 



the Harbinger wtlcomes let- 
ters u, the editor ami replies lo our 

'■'-'"""•"'' '"'--1 muu he 250 

■ ux'tfJ Hith a 

>■'■ ui. \i\ urits number Signatures 

mil he M.tiMuld upon request All 

letters are subject to editing. Send 

h- tiers to Harper College, room 

•'■'7. or bring them by Monday 

'■■'. 'unh Friday during regular i^- 

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6-OPINION 



H.^r-J6ER 



March 1,1990 



Slate of the Earth 



Tire fires are hazardous ^^* 






*y WayttU FaknM 
Staff Writrr 



For o»cr two weeks now. 
14.000,000 ures liavc been huming ai 
the Tire King Recycling ("enicr in 
Hagcfsvilk. fhiUTH). C'jiudj as a rc\ull 
of arum The drc is priHlui. ing massive 
amounu of air. ground and water 
pollMKin and gcneraling u-mpctatuitM ai> 
high as 2(X)0 degree* Hundrcd'i of 
lhou.unds of galkmi of imI air one of 
the rcsulb of this fire Pumping uikIis 
are hcing used to collcci a« muih of ii 
a< poMihlc. bul a gr«-ai deal will !«eep 
iniu the ground, tonijminaiing 
groundwak-r and cvemuilly running oft 
imoLafccEne. 

Large Kak au poiluuon t* another 
iwuli of ihi» fue Huge cioudii of diKk. 
black, loxic smoke permeate ihc tky 
CiiiaeiH of Hatenvillc. many without 
hornet bwf W iB oi necessary evKuaiHm. 
are outraged and convrmcd aKxjl iho 
utuation and »ith giind renon Firci ol 
this kind lan la\i for eight month* or 
longer and could have been piovcnu'd 
Fire control orders imposed on the 
owner of the rccyiling center in l<)87 
called (or several smaller stockpilet with 
fue lane« in between u> he («med rather 
than having one huge pile, but the 
onkrs woe never carried DM. 



1:m>-<'... :. of ihooionds i>i 

ibcK ha/atJou> sitKlLpiles eiisi in ihi- 
L'S wiihtHit any regulation <>nlt n 
slate* have any hrc-provcniion 
legislation regarding those piles Tliis is 
a problem espo " "■ . ;iuv ihc 
number of tire Ik '.d in ihc 

past fc»» years li, . ^•■'■' 46 

fires, m l'»(W there wcil - 

What IS needed IS n « f 

recvvling Tires shouKI 
m numbers such as I • 
single pile Tires can he ustJ u> iiuk^ 
luel and create better quality riiuds 
Mited with groiimi gbK» and asphjii 
tires make roadi noic fletible jnj 
resistant ui crackt and potholes Also 
tires can he made to last kmger ««■ old 
uies can be rcticaded 

If more precautionary measures 
aren't taken, envirtwimenidl disasters like 
these Kill not only kill our wnrM, but 
kill us as vtcll 

Imporunl EnvironmctHal Organi/attons 

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Letters to the Editor 

An open letter to smokers 



Thrtv i fkcrs ti»r viinc~enicd, tau- 
mimk'd smi)kcrs .iml mm smokers who 
spoke with the siMcc o( reaMwi and 
compassion at the I cbruary 22. ivutt 
meeting of the Hjrper College Board ol 
Trustees 

TV ftoard appeared omsiderate anil 
open minded in listcnmi; to our plejs 
'^ -ir actions indicate a dispnsiUon to vcvk 

; 111 ion which vnmld pre sent smokers 

V thrown out ol dixws to smoke, as 
.hKi* jtid by some unik-r the laisc banner 
ol mIc riuKt'ling 



With ihis nianifivsl good will, it is 
now eiipecially important for all smokers 
in the liarper Community lo show our 
regard for ntm-smoking colleagues by 
i>hserving as strictly as possible the 
turrcm regulations irgardmg smoking m 
ilisirs It »i>uU not do well to ollend the 
liiiod Samaritans Ixi us all work for 
accommiMlauon m this mattcT 
l.arry Kent 

\<S floe ('ommiltrr on Fairness lo 
Smokers 



Help reduce source pollution 



Dear I'ditors. 

Concerning youi pro|M>sais f<ir a 
ricaner. bealihiet campus Instead ol 
castratmg the male students, why can i we 
just gat, and phig the Icaiaics:' This too 



wouhJ n>ducc senually transmitted c 
as well as serve as a source rcducutm of 
much pollution 
A. R. \at<|iiti 



Smokers have rights too 



' smoked in my lile I. 

lio» vver tienv (he nehis ol 

Othcr-v 111 -,!<>. ., H ir|i.' 1 in 

inslituUon !t! t' I I : -I iMiin 

making, and inilivklu.iii<rii ii is not 
rational to deny die n^hts ol stutkncs .iik) 
others to sm<4e on this camjius That is 
not rationality . ii s something else. 
s*»ilK't!iilii' ..iJli.l f'iiss n. ^ 



jusd . lliriist 

Iheit ■ ■ - on ttkvsi' 

who <luiow lo diitikc .Sriu*king is j 
right Ii is not illegal I am SKk and toc.l 
■>) listening lo ihe hems and hawit ol the 



mm smokers who are going to die Irom 

breathing passive smoke 7 oo bad Ihe 

smokers arc so inlenor to you' 

Why Am t the non smokers who are 

breathing these TOXK R Ml S step 

oulside U) breath ' Cwre. I wouldn i want lo 

inconveniitice you though Ymi know , we 

may try to pass a ruling on ihi- 

Those of you on this stop smoking 
.impus" Ramlwagim niijihi want to get 
.1. k in tiHK'h with lusi vih.ii this 

insiitulion tries lo jKomiiii Ihcn nu.lx 

you II see the light 

Mary llouk 

\.P. of Sludral SfaaM 



Jesus freaks on campus 



Otar M». EdlMr. 

I have aruviher complaim lo add to the 
gripe lisi ol Harper SuHtettts One tine 
TiK-sday aliemiKKi a while hack. 1 was 
Miiing in A Bid dome s«>m<' home Wiirk 
when I golsunie >.. i.nll.>^^Wl■ 

talked a bit. then ' this bvi 

week, one ol ihcm n uinu-.i jiU bugged ib<- 
shit out o( me He was ime of those 
n'ligious Ircaks who have a club here al 

SChHll 

I m not against religion, but li I don't 
want b) listen to them, why do I have lo? 
I lold him that I don't buy this religion 
stuff I h)ld him he was wastmg his time 
That didnt stop him. he jusi sal down, 
whipped out his bible arxl read it to nyc It 
wa.s almost like a hediime story, cicepi 
Snow White IS imire believable. 

Ik- eiplaiiKd to nie why 'we' aiB 



God 'our Father ". like I care 

He told me vmH-lhing happens when 
we accept Jesus into our heart and Wood. 
He didn t tell me what, but 1 know We all 
io Nind with siupidily because we think 
(lod will In II ail II lliats true, why 
ilidni my parenisget ticmarrK.'d when ni> 
brother and I prayed lor that, or why didn I 
my (irandlather live to he eighty years 
oU? 1 mean, whal the hell' We prayed im* 
rears off for ilui man 

If I or soriKhody else wants W repeiH 
for our sms. why ikini we just go lo them 
amcmP 

He loll nic hed pray (a mc. like I 
give a hoot 

I know I don I speak for every one. 
bul Ihese are my feelings If he wants lo 
pray for mc fine Pray thai I make the 
school tsasehall team 
Owighi i.obinan 




March 1.1990 



H.4?BNG£R 



ENTERTAINMENT-7 




'ridi Shot masiuf Jack Wh«« •rrt^rtatns students ctur-ng h« ptmmrnmof^ last Monday 

The Simpsons' hit prime time 



K) Jo« SUchlfr 
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TV- »wU) 111 ininianJ cnkiuinmcm 



.inini.Hi»r t-nm nju. 
Hratm. rclowil in 

V shi'* Ni.irtci! *^ a miiii-»t>«in iV^uad 
■ Thr fraccy IlilmaB «ih»« 

,t JjITK-S 1 

^l Mjtl On- 

hool is Hill " ► ' '■"' 
.■ dnimalcd shorn l«« ih« -h"* 
v tn-airt) ihi- S:ri,.i...n t.uiuiv 

.:,,^,__ ^ .*n lamily 

The mim-shiwis »cii n 
popiriar. «) C'lfocmn^: ik\ iil- >l ' 
.omptctc scrifi M stmi*- 
sloK Not Mntc ihc 1 1" 



Electric Phase 



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Mirih wi4»h ■ -'Jil 

.«rrjiK£ til ^, ■< 

Frw tlWHC JIM liwifiv' 
lamtlv i.i>n\i!itjt of: the Uv 

•'■ ■' ■*•■■ '■« -il micU.i. , , 

icn-rttl miHK't jikl «ili 

, - . „ .; ■»'! i.ili hjif^t\U J Mm 

Hjri .1 vm.m 1/ ■ iJi" 

.t'ltnijij^ ni *hosv ? I h> 

' ! jl", l.iw. liiv iiiulli»;(.>ii ami 



tiir tlrram 



.,(,J 



' r,^ ,>n Drram 
A huh tu.v Sjtruni Mn^mg 
■■if Of diftxutvn 
I'mtm keeps you enicrUincd 

• h> ihf mood and ilx; oil ihe cuti 
■ •i-i.' ,,f Sjinani > guilar. 

tal and Karmonicaily 
ihc upbeat haf room 
li//. Drram has a 
■f ',-very<»nc 

• ".iiii i-ltini! in a Rlvf 
lir.am iv a >.'i>iut loll.i* up lo 
surrinit with Ihe Alirn ithkiI) 
i'Ciau'f (il the insuumt'ntaK Thf 

. with »wal' .;'>lc only 

,sfofthcgr. u,riiii'n 

■■■ "■• - • :.,,,C 



Men's &Women's Basketball 
Playoffs 

5:00 pm Women 
7:00 pm Men 

Thursday, March 1,1990 
Building M 



11 :30AJI. To 3:30 P.M. Saturday, Mordi 10, 1990 AlAreWekeme! 

Columbia College Spring '90 

OPEN HOUSE 

Plan To Attend And See How Cokmbki College Con Shape Y(m 



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■ 

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March 1,1990 




VJ et a perspective on things. A birdve.e view of Building A or a behind-the-scenes look at WIU M. Kverv 
week about 25.000 students pass in and out of Harper's deow. They rush from class to class ... work without 

ever slopping to see what goes on 
around them. Here's a glimpse at some 
of the faces and places that most 
students miss. 





Photos by 
Victor Chin 



Mvch 1,1990 



f-MRBNGER 



9 



No 

Occasions 
in Time 

Contemplations in Black 
and White 




H 



uw many of these places do you recogniie? If 



your answer is "Not many", walk tu Biology a litle 
slower, and find out what Harper really looks like. 





10-ENTERTAINMENT 



w 



March 1,1990 



Harbinger Music Dictionary 



B» Sl»»» Hill 
Staff Wriivr 



jH»*uI 



"Okay, Sti-M- I I'.V.',; ■ .-;,- 
t ■■ ' but 1 h,, 
■'I vih.il ;: 
indiiMrul in;; 

If I l\Mi 

week ftif ever) niM'ii *r, . 
me that one niicMuin, I 
have »on the gram) pn/. .1 

*■"■■ ! '-I1II ^o . hfvkir-/ •! 
'■■ k . ■ 

■■■'■< tiUeSIMMI. but IHk." 

!■''■«..•■••• 'irvdv^mvfntmi'\ 
musii. Whai 
"house ' *h.,! 
what cioiiK 1^ rii..i vv ', 
ili><.o%crcil ih.:ii I ti'uldni . 
I'mxigh ii( mv iNHighn li> > • 
iiinJ levrw this viivk I j, 
■' tackle «(ime m 
llerlIlltl<1n^ iHKc jml f.ir ji 
lime » femnl tcvii.\» nun: 
certain sinI* ,i( musK vuu ..in 
just check your llarbink,' Mum, 
Dictionary fof » Jcfinition Tliu, 
is presented iu » useful putilic 
lervice to ihc Hjr]xr ("i.tliyc 
communiiy 

Metal 

There are varymf deirtw of 
metal There is ihra%h. ,>i sliced 
nietiil. whieh i\ identified by a 
BPM (beats pei mmuiei count 
that )>ors off the scale in .Mklilxin 
rcpctiusie piiwcr chords 
Mtcmcly noHv and 

ifuiUfs. A |i«(>uU( 

would he Mcfadclh. 

-;- also a milder form of 

metal which si-cms it> he all the 

rajre for the high sih,«il set these 

s. typified h\ sik h artists m- 

>n Maid«a. MrlalNca. and 

Nljsrr 

Punk 

ihcw days, at least not like ,1 
used to he. Today Ihe cli>sest 
thing is xtually a hybrid (i( 
many styles ihi- most pniminem 
bemg ihra.sh IV term hardcoe" 



Rock 



>i.i/d rosk. > 

ifl * imps ' 

include Marram 
Ru»M There i^ 



^^ hiitsaalK 

■si'f jv^ Wii: 



lighl f 
l-lion Ifshn 



- l.»l 

.IS tie 



Rtallrs. ihe Riillmi; SiiiNrs 
ihc Who aii,l I rd /r|i|irlin 



MatAatKn. simply icvsilm^- itK- 
lame AOR (Album '<ir„-.m-,( 

aCJ;: 

diSii...^.. .i,..,.. 

(hat the music •* 

djv hui ihis IV ■ 



Jazz 

Jji// It a »ery rcitpcciahte 
musK j| ^cnre I ( 

compljinis at^.iinsi 
against ir> . 
Ja// Lite 

mi" t "• ■ 
kf...-. 



out ItK.' ■ 

lafigleii) III .. 

hasing 1,1 aiiuailv 



Alternativa 



lis men. raf 



House 



mere than 
ilfiiin .11 1 ." 



lelcs i 

uniti' 



Ministry s k 
ami Nilirr I (>(■ 



Sisters of Men v 
Ihc Vrphilim . 



F! p T I o n a I 



^ut h .IS Irish 
I hat rnriil 



f iiliN 
M.v, 



vcj bv Led 

r^-!u\\ punk: 



iCrpiirlia 



hllCsUsCs 

K-auliful. ji 



H 

SkJJTai.r 



Classical 



ii'ijiid il.iinl irs iivKiiinf.' Ill 
Wl-An iii,ujd .>( \M I \> 
•iiiv-imic \»h>n viiure stuck in a 
■ liiK 1.1111 [hric aie asliialls 



In Ihr 
^ai h 



\llWt' 



Pop 



ini-utKl.f.1, »'il niu--, 

i !"«>[). VI lien I 
slylf of I 



iht use 01 

.i-.\l in .1 



Pi'p tjko. III lis In, : 

«hich IS simply an 1 
' popular' In othci *iiijs 
•hi: Tilk- has all iK- hallmarks 



Swing 



Iht 



\^if. Rand Sound 
A f Jul il iHiter than 



Polka 

oh, 1.UI11C (in now You 
kivo« »hai J [Hilkd IS even tl 
s(>ii i*ish uHi Jidn I, 

Disco 

Iiiscii. ciinirat) !.• pi jd;.ii 
heliel. nevet died It lises on m 
most modern dance music 
TMiiicularly h«iuse mu ' :. 

fsiiui o( disco IS n 
:4.ikey as Ihe laie -i.i..i.i, 
version Ksen respixtable hands 
such as New Order siill sound 
like iliv uMin What 

I'i II'' • i.l Ilk- wiird 

Country 

ttcntptified by Ihe son|! iiilc 
My Baby 1 cli Me But Im 
Happy Because 1 ve .Siill (Jm M) 
" . r And My hifd (Vkup SlKk' 
liar and «oulhern accents 
"und in country music lis 
iiili i|uiie an ine<(ilicabK popui.ir 
lisle ol music. 

Thama 

The music you hear at the 
end of sumeihing Can you hear 
11' 




Bahama sSun Tanning sSalon 

1M» W Ali«i«)>»in Rd , f,lM,ne. Ilhmw Naif,? 



TANNING SPECIAL 

(Mtl One tRkt: (ncn cusiomci \ .>,it\ i 
$5.00OFM»a*lagci.l5 

S10fX>f>Ff p.ick:i£ i- „r !i) 



NAIL SPECIAL 

Fulls,! t,,-,/,, \a,h 



PfJuutc S2i).iH) 

\f.fl!}, ■',... C !/l .1/1 



IHtkM'Y 

'^ *Mfrrs yaliil ,,!,,, 11 ,111 i.iMip«« 



Listen for your kind of music 

^ON ,030. nx, DancG Music Hour Mc,i,«.snv« 

UBS 10301130 Classic Rork Hour j»«Broota 

^ED lojonx Metal Hour 

-lURS V 30- 1030 Dance Music 

^URS io.».n.To Classic Rocl< 

^' '""'" •'» Metal Hour 



f March 1, 1990 



H/4«r^JGER 



WHATS HAPPENING-11 



Women's History Week celebrated on campus 



By SaMira Stewart 
SufT Wfiier 

Women s History Week *ill 
be cckhrau-d M Kirpcr College 




during ihc »>■. > • <i 

Sinte vkiMncn h . jii^ 

noi hecn iixluik-il m ni-iiT), this 
ohjitfrvjinie loiu'ws aiieMinn <w 
the i:<inuitHitiun> ihcy have made. 
Sharon Alu-r. Profc\M« of 
Hiviory and t>utiiH.al Scicnte al 
Harper, hjs (haired lh<- I'nignim 
rommmcc of ihe Womcn\ 
Hisiory Week Commiitce since 
P'W, She will aiM> he ■ featured 
Veate dutM« die wwk. 

Mm descritNd riic week a* 
I" 'Hncmtn to pw women inio 
hiNiory ■ She explained ihji ii ix 
noi lot wonk'n only, Mme ihe 
tiiNUwy of imc w« n relaied in 
ihc hi'vhir) of the oiher se« ' 

Thi« yearn program ofK■r^ 
stMic excilmg md cooinwerMal 
loptc!. The program begin* 
Marth s »iih a receptmn and 



dinner lcalurin([ Helen Th.>rr:jx 
I nik'd Prcv» Iniematuirul vvi , 
House Bureau Chief, as Icvnoii.' 
speaker Ih.mias *\M dtsiu^s 
Women, FN>Iiikv ami ihc ITins 

Free uminar* K-gin on 
Mimdav »iih vkomcn and Ihe 
miliUfv 

TucMla) »ill feature 
womenS bi»i(ir> a.< u>ld tn ioag 
and ttiiry lollowcd hy m evenmg 
pro);rani ditcuvMRg wOMca >$ 
head't of nadonv 

Thursday s progran will deal 
*ilh the anatomy of womtii with 
divcu'isionv on hinh control, 
ahortion and w> jx j K-cal 
cUs^iliiatiun 

Some i)( the week s prc«cn 
icc> will mcludc aitrevt Carolyn 
Sliilman. Beth Horrur j lolk 
Jtrnger and ouryteltci aiiJ I ui-U 



piirirjv 



K.uU'ni.ik.'i uliii 
">l.iJ.;.Uv:i S.iii,i>r 

Noting that iii 
mou of the |ieiif)U _.„. ;,j,, 
attended Womeni lliviory Wcel 
have hcen adults from the torn 
murtiiy. Alter remarked, "my 
hope IS thai the topics this year 
are of interest lo studenLs and that 
many bkwo siudenis tome I hope 
these programs help people to 
learn about women's conirihu 
lions historically as well as ih<- 
status of women as a group I 
ho{ie to o|)cn dialogue Iih further 
disi uvsKw and cvaluauon ' 

For more information 
regarding any of the programs, 
contact the lljriHr Women s 
PropamaiS'' nsKms 




Helen Thomas wil speaK to kick 
<M Wottiens Hisiory Waek 



Co op programs give hands-on experience 



By Jaaiic BewM 
Slarr Writer 



Mcdt of Imi i BtM and indu-siry by havme 
teller mined tMMicn." smi Pmcia HI. n I 



If you are unecruin about a major, a 
career or even your future, then career 
coapeniive is for you. 

The Career Coopcralisc morjinaics 
career training programs for siudents in 
High School Districts ?ll and ?u 
Bamngkm Community SchmK Dixirm 
JS) and liaiper College- 

By linking cducUiori to KuMness and 
industry throughout iht- ' 
Suburbs, Ihe Career r.vip 
pri»\ idc\ i*(>iHiiiuliil«. . I 
career change and a 
career ads ancctncm. 

"Our main fmus i-, to heiicr mcci Ihc 



All of Harper's career progriims are 

listed in the bulletin, which can he lound 
in the siudeni doveltipment center in 
Buikling I 

The only renuircmcni is that student* 
meet the admission requiremonls ITic 
completed canwr program is Ci4uivale.iu to 
an Associate in Applied ScK-nte IX-grw 

for csamrlc. sou »ant lo gel into 
. ondiiiimini: 

. 1 >•».. V'-.. 



^".i.iu.iii.^ n)j> 
eBginccnng lahoi 



equipment salespeople, heating and 
ulmn servicemen or uaiioiury 

The chict hi-nelit of Harpers career 
programs is ihji graduates an; better 
prepared lu enu-r a job at a higher level 
than HMKtMK who has had mj traminj: 
Local busincucs arc reeogni/mg this f.i. 
iml niMy kKik U) recruit graduates of su 





$500 PRIZES $100 



Standing Up 
for Peace 
CONTEST 



Why luvr p,wj.|, r^^kl^l thnr |i.ta. 

Ihnr homn. fh,ir familim and rsi-n 

f nson to ukr a ttand Urt pcaix-' Th» is 

jpK'chancTlofjmliHjt T>eSundmg Up tor 

I'mc* Cofltnl inviin you lo talk |ji-e (o face with sommnr who ha« rt- 

lu*»d lo fight in war. pay ta.n for war, oi Kiild weapons »«» war, and 

thm to nprru wl»at y.», think arsd Iwl «K»ut what you heard by svnl 

ing v,m«hing ..r iTratmg a w.n^k of art or music 

Th» contest is o,*n to young p»opl, ages 15-23 The deadbne lew 
»n*»w»isMay I. J9U0 "r r o 

\ '"•"■ '••^ •»' 'b.- Standing Up (or I'mct eontnl bo<iklrt. Fel- 
lowship of Rwrmcrliahon, Bos 271. Nya,k, bJY 10<»hO, (114) .tSlMSOl 

^^^♦SBUP to. I>«ar» n o i^omr' <» »» IIMD CMOdUs ol Coracwse* Corwintw. 

^J^S!^t^^ C'-'Co/*,,*r.a»„,f„,Ci.aii,«j«aii«»c«»«i*^ o™cwr«, 

»~J«»»VJa^o»T^iHy, ►Mo-** a* «K.ancaoll». MwsnanHs Cw** CopwJHm 
««^«««Comrt!l^fa.i*.kjr,Cour».»T» NMaraiMm^mavMif^K^tomalaCon 
i^wS tSU**""* *" *" •■*»«• &»<*•<*« C<rwii» V*xm lo. 



n 



Voknltars fdr lirth Control nTitafy 

If you are a woman Oatwnan 1« and 36 yMra of aa* in 
raaaonably good hMtti. and ara mtm on oral 
comrac apttvaa or daair* oral conlracaption. you may Da 
••Bil*i to parttcipttt* m a raaaarcn ttudy b«ma conductad 
by a local board cantflM tamiy phyncian m cooparatlon 
wllb a major phamMcMitWai ivm Thii iMfl ba aiSiMt a 6 
nvjnlh study during wtucb wamfnationa. laboratory laating 
pap imaart, and oral contracaptivM wW t>« provldad at r»o 
cnarga 

For (tetailt call 2S3-1070 



1 



'Mv.r-,.x K..,r|,,„„ ..n>l\\,., S.,l,url«n 



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'"- J >s-tsc«iyl<m« <v,.« 



12-WHArS HAPPENING 



H/RBNGER 



March 1.1990 




Film 'W^gso' 
7 30 pm. J143 



All ElhlWf-t4in 
Amn-aiHafp»« 
C«M»B» National 
Print and OriHnng 
Ctmipalition 
BicJcis C aod P 



MMMitegrafihy 



Contact H*allh 
S*rvica t«t 2260 



HarpM Cor>c«ft 
Choif and Cam«- 
alaStnsw* 

3 pfn B«Jg A 



Nattofuii CoU*- 
gMt Drug Awar*- 



M•rc^4-10 



m^^^mnQ I 


njR^QjQB 


Resource Fair 


Strevt Drug* 




noon Iprri, A241 


Sharing Our Story 


EddyTaNw 


noon } prfi A24' 


3 30 4 30 pm A242C) 


DrugOatacHon 




Oamo 




1 2pm ABWg 






Graduation tnformailon 

SpnngiWOGradualM 

uficawii *!> Spni« l*»Mfiif«wii««l«» 
pwiimi br |n*i*wi b> >»>*«»■ M-** • 
Summaf i990G n it u a»ai 

To r««.ic»e indnliMi (wmwiiy »<" 
^Imm lUr • pMiuni lot gndMiHun 



Cridiuuaaf 
th* lt(guir« < (Jflto. I 

BASIC 

MOTing* mB I* teU oa TiMdif Itmi 

,Mi « mm A33» F« «««> WwmMimi. 
nwacl PwlaTatn M rit 2242 

ApatMMs' Club 

The Ap«hiiMi Ch* •» «« »» toUuii 

ttlfuWII 



Program Botfi 

ii« 1 boariJ ioe«iB| heW "«> *"■"•''•!'*'' ' 
pmmAJ)*)). F«Bl<«»«fanii«li««<:*"' 
2477 

Poiiticat Scianca CM> 

day< «i ) im w 1114 Aiijwm* ««" 



lM*fl H»ii Jl"' •* *■*' -- * 

Sdaiwt FIcMon and Fantasy Club 

Vm ifwmt Fxuon md fmimy Club •> * 

VOMli lO Iht ««0><r»» "( KIMK"! fK'»>" •• ' 

iMerarv ■»» in <«>»"> *eAI> «>««»>»» " '*W 
an W«ta«Jn» « - «' f" «• f **" *"•" *^ 
tiipfnn M aw -WIU or Dr «e«> H»B .1 • «t 
:»2< for mKfc wJormiiKMi 

Mutiim Studanta' Aaioclation 

Tlw M«»liB! SiMknB AMMiOon "ill *": 
Iwrav *« Ffxtoy priytn imI tknerjl m«i 

a wck'Mnc 

Fmc aiomatiMi «m btan i« •v«il«hl» ni 
mmi. AJJ* For ««« ml<»ni«u,-' '• ^'^-^ 
rnniKt *« Siuikiii Atinm** IKfiK- 

Bandataaniad 

b your bmi uiBd •>( iMvni nMlanK •» d" ox 
aSawitoy mihi* Oc ««■"»«**•»"* "«™"*''* 
moiwy^ Wdl. BA' 
Cuimantuiitiw 

»hKtl»illlKlwMirc«K M.i> » a;.l iumimr 

DAWS ulTice i» Ml up an mKrrvw* Ivafmrnt 

»,ll!VKt:c|«<iiaiBlM«i1i )>> 

EarttiOayM 

At^i itudnii «i«Kited m plimnt E*"* 
rhari«l(iy,M»ch 1 « J2 Wpro F«m«»e m 



fnrntMwn. tcmuii t>ml«T« Utrum 
Wr»iT«h >l ihe Stuikiil S<ti«1<- ( Mti. e 

Voung Coipoiata AcMavars 

men n»tlu»>|ti«olr«»l<>« »«"""• "'■'I- ■ 



BACCHUS 

HAi ( III S iuudaMniii<«|Mi<4lHa<li« 
pmmmi umMt d««moii makmt "^ ulco*"! 
i. wiU tit *Kmm •«»l'l» tnnrnnn* «« 
lytty Wmr<«Mn a;42 Fwrmotcm 



T.. »ti«liik-«Wt»W 

■ - - ii npw' 



Main Aniwty 

1 K.-i, .«., j,j Miih An«Kl> (itoup »ill 

DUtt Thu ,c »h.. di«lilicw« 

•«OHlinult> > - 



^ Sif mure mliinnj 



Procrastlnator- Chib 

jyx l'r.v»->»iirm.it » rw will I* hoWhot 
»,.■» . nwtirn; ntxt wirrk 

Fraa CItacli-upt at Harper 

e)BTh;:tK.!a> Mi:.- ■ "'- 
ll.,M•^mlh■ 
Hf.l!lh ».: 

<.t adukt »tK> ^vrflfk flMIKllU) 

M,.-i «nKlm« tpwMj tor txMi "*^ <^ *<•'' 
«• «e«f<«l •» ttlMiit « «li|*iwetsi ph> m »J * 

The wnrnm. piwuM iiiilu<k r*'*'"'^ 
nam, hMl* «»«»«tB«|. leMt t«K tnmtt ■»! 

|,|4njJ nfc^^'if* uTrmmk ^■■-.. 'Ti ant) 
m». T» '. 



Study Abroad miormatlon Maating 

Thctc »J1 ^*r A nw«*iin^ (ol ill liH>*c 
tflUrasicd m H»rT>rr « C«iwr»iurn. tnnlwid w 
Sil/butf. Ausoi* Siudv Alw<id Pi<itT«m» ■«! 
ThU'tdi>. M«i.h n from 12 1 pm in ihe 
lio«i*i«>m» l«ta> HiidtMin. m Enflnh |»o 
fettm ftwn 0»»t ("huTth Collrgc m Cwin 
bun will hr prewnt » »pe«k Fot rocirt mfw 
iiMUtiit.c»nt»i linct f 'KTi'l WciUwy m t>«>m 
II n. «u 2^22 « Fnun'^ Ri«iUc> in n«jm 
oh:. c«i i'"* 

SclwlarsMpa 

lnl«irTn»li*wi on ihcM.- itht-tlanhip*. »k1 
min> iTK-re. in iht Imtnutl AnlOflKc. «K»n 
A'M, en. 22411 

Harpar Facully Sanala Scholarihip 

AMiaO Signal. Inc C»>amislty Trana- 
lar Sctiolarth^is 

PrDl»»»»"a' Woman in Fo<xJ»a»vca 
!>choiai»l«p 

Ganaral A&sambly Scholarttup 




MLAT1NC 'wwAioeawf 

3M C N W ►*•» 7«7 Bun* Onxw «a 
•34 3314 SJO-1130 



Support 
Croup for 
Learning 
Disabled 
Students 

Meeting people Making friends 

Frustrations with tests ; 

Problems on the job 

Call Anita Crawley at x2220 

or 
Shari Perggricht at x2266 

Ihursdays 

l-lpm 
room tiiJ 



Steps to Success 



! Need help with 
! writing papers? 

t Check out the writing center 



) writing 

lit Susan Farmrr 
Nimi Jonadiiss 
and Micharl latkry 



M, Wriiinc Center in 1 'n' 

' 11 iiliy and Mall in 

■ puu-t hard»;irc 

.11 ih; prcparaliim nl 

w.r.i r'nuCNMng «ill»aic- 
.njilahlc intiudcN P F >> - 
rrnfrsviiinal Write. Pt Write 
and WordPerfect 4.2 IScrs ma> 

biinc Ituir o*n vompaiit'lc 

In j.Ulilion. mII insliui-liimjl 
M)ltwaii- rtiiprams which dcvcU>p 
I kc%h<iaiJ>ng skills, grammar. 
• puiuiuation, spcliiBg and 

• M^aNilarv skdls are also avaUaNc 
.• Help with ihc wriung process and 
I itK- icihnital KHivcnuons nf wnimg 

I i> provided by Wnting Center 

• jssisuinis 

I Writing Center Open I ab Hours 
Spring 1990 



ippoinawa^ 



Miinday 

I ursday 
Mrdnrsday 

I hursday 
I' ridat 



Hldani 
12 ^(l-6 ISpm 
1 2: VI IV) pm 
>< lOam 
12 106 n \m 
12 V>6pm 
8 10 am 
1 1 am I P"' 



CLASSIFIEPS-13 




Western Illinois University 



For Tkan^h !■ ^- "-^ 



^e (Personals... 



IIiH^BP-- 



,1 



flR«v 



Did you Know mai i m.ss you wh«n 
you re not h«re' But *^en you re 
wim me, I dom 
Llaa 

TSflTari, ^ ,„, 

Where do we sign up 'or 
lundamemais ot tooibali 
LitaLtu 

ADVANCED. 

For people who want to be a cut 
above BASIC 

Tootjadyouresotaraway Thmtung 

ol you 

Mjbre 

Doni worry 'o*'* afl on your Side 
Maw* 

Moma. 

t found my comely guy No more 

nanarwiwawtiite' 

Ma 

Mr. Failahaa, . ^_^ .„, 

we wouwm KicK you out ot bed tor 

eating crackers 

Tan»Ma«« 

There are those who still think that 
the lemmtn^ have not y« Wt the 
trees 
Mr fU/or 



HEY Jean, 

f